Since opening its first location in 1990, Handyman Connection has sprouted 120 branches that include the South Jersey franchise, which opened its doors in 2008. Franchise owner Bob Grayson has spent 15 years taking on a wide variety of home-improvement projects, and all specialists under his direction have at least one decade of experience. Services they provide include installing crown molding, painting bedrooms, fixing leaky faucets, and remodeling kitchens. All team members undergo background checks before they can join the licensed, insured, and bonded team.
Squeaky Clean's diligent cleaning crews perform thorough window cleansings and home scrubbings with eco-gentle supplies. Clients select from a full menu of services for three-hour home cleanings, including bathroom tile and grout de-griming, garage sweeping, and swift evicting of deadbeat dust bunnies. Twelve-window scrub-downs transform streaky portholes into spotless panes, ushering in streams of light to perk up slouching house plants. Cleaning crews perform their tasks courteously and with extra attention paid to special instructions.
Everclean Commercial Cleaning's A-team of vacuuming avengers and sweeping soldiers-of-fortune love to dole out a little dirt destruction on the carpeted battlefields of Philadelphia homes. You can have them clean any part of your home, from sofas ($59.99) and stairs ($20) to loveseats ($49.99) and laundry rooms ($15), as well as all seven foyers ($20) and all 36 chambers of Shaolin. If your carpets are filthy with filthy filth, get one ($39.99), two ($79.99), three ($109.99), or four ($129.99) areas cleaned with Everclean's Rotovac carpet-restoration system. Rotovac uses a rotary jet-cleaning system to remove tough stains and evenly distribute cleanliness among carpets—reducing drying time by 20% so that residents can quickly get back to work on their lego replica of Saint Basil's Cathedral. Everclean also offers cleaning services on chairs ($29.99), ottomans ($9.99), office chairs ($9.99), and hallways ($20).
While the bristles of automated car washes may make some drivers uneasy, customers of Wash and Roll Carwash need not fear. Instead of a vestibule outfitted with steel floors and metal rails, Wash and Roll uses an open wash bay equipped with ultrasonic sensors, soft foam brushes, and touch-free, oscillating nozzles that eliminate dirt and grime without harming exteriors. A splash of detergent instantly loosens stuck-on muck, allowing the spot-free rinse?s purified water to effortlessly wash away debris without the need for rough scrubbing or amateur witchcraft. Three pigments of color polish and a coating of clear-coat polish enhance and protect paint before a powerful dryer finishes the job without leaving behind spots or excess water. After the wash, drivers can retreat to the onsite convenience store for a snack. Wash and Roll guarantees customer satisfaction, or the next wash is on the house.
Since 1948, Roxborough residents have been heading to Stanley’s Hardware for their household needs, or the perfect DIY solution to a small, nagging apartment problem. The impressively stocked store moved to Ridge Avenue in 1961, and has been supplying the neighborhood with nails, screws, fixtures, fittings, tape and everything in between for more than a generation since. After a much-needed expansion, Stanley’s now runs out of a bright, welcoming, even more thoroughly stocked building on the same lot, where the dedicated team working inside sells an array of indoor and outdoor plants, consult on paint options and rent a range of equipment for bigger jobs. It’s nice to know that there’s still a corner hardware store to pick through for the perfect solution; even if you need a jackhammer, some patio furniture or some party supplies.
Plants and flowers symbolize new life, so it's only fitting that City Planter resides inside a converted old warehouse, transforming what would be a dusty, vacant space into a vibrant gardener's paradise. Inside, the neighborhood nursery's friendly staff members readily share their wisdom and help clients select the perfect house plant for the living room, rose for the garden, and orchid for the dog house.
The green thumbs also encourage customers to stop by with pictures of their space and they will help design a garden sanctuary. If visiting the store isn't possible, staffers will plant your plant in a container and deliver it to your door.