Ultimate Storage Company makes it easy to find extra space, offering clean storage units and handy storage supplies, from gift boxes to mailing envelopes to corrugated mailers. Ultimate Storage Company is fully gated with keypad access and offers 24-hour video surveillance, keeping all keepsakes safe from harm. Storage units range from the closet size of 5' x 5' on up to the garage size of 10' x 20' to suit individual needs ($65–$168 per month, depending on the size). Safely hide particularly special holiday gifts within Ultimate Storage's secure facilities, or store priceless antiques somewhere other than a chilly attic. Three convenient locations are available with daily access between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m.
Family owned and operated since 1934, Stephens Ace Hardware aids the domicile-development needs of professional handymen and fledgling fabricators alike, offering a range of practical products from gardening gear to Benjamin Moore paint. Prospective Tim Taylors can pick up a 10-piece combo wrench set ($4.99) to firmly hammer nuts and bolts into a wall or seize a heavy-duty Craftsman LED flashlight ($19.99), which is useful for finding the source of night noises in poorly lit nooks and crannies. Sunflower bird seed ($15.99 for 20 lbs.) and Scotts Lawn Pro Super Turf Builder lawn fertilizer ($15.99) help attract the proper flora and fauna to yards; homeowners can also supplement their abode with an array of pet supplies and toys (many under $20) and feed 21st-century coffee robots with cute Keurig K-Cups ($10.49) ready to be popped into their mechanical counterparts.
Jump!Zone is an indoor play center packed with moonwalks, bouncers, and giant slides for children ages 2 to 12. Allow youngsters to pay overdue respects to the life-size prehistoric T-rex or unleash their limbs to zoom down one of three circus city super slides. Large playsets and interactive games also provide loads of hands-on bounceless entertainment. Ultra youngsters looking to book the perfect destination playdate can check out toddler area, while miniature humans who prefer on-screen entertainment can dominate the arcade, leaving their adult counterparts free to use the WiFi or recite the periodic table of elements backward in peace.
TechShop RDU is a 20,000-square-foot smorgasbord of inventive creativity and tools for people of all skill levels. The DIY workshop offers dozens of different classes covering everything from metal welding to silk-screening to robot-building and laser engraving. The safety and basic usage classes will get you up to date on a specific tool or machine. Obsoletify regular visits to the mechanic with a one-hour class on changing your car's oil, or terrify tailors everywhere by learning how to fix and enhance your own clothes with a sewing or embroidery class. Other classes include laser cutting & etching, aluminum casting, and precision vector cutting of printed material from a digital file. The two-month membership allows for unlimited access to TechShop RDU's facilities, so you can breathe new life into old projects with tools not found in most private workshops. The TechShop includes full wood working and metal shops, with milling machines, lathes, and a 5' x 8' CNC ShopBot router. Neophyte inventors from ages 12–17 are welcome as well, but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to ensure they don't break physics.