For more than two decades, American Mattress has promoted peaceful slumber in bedchambers throughout the Midwest with their vast selection of mattresses, headboards, and linens. The sleep experts strive to stay abreast of the latest bedding technology: their Serta mattresses are made with gel foam that supports curves, and Tempur-Pedic mattresses repel allergens, mites, and poltergeists looking to spoon. This devotion to a good night’s sleep has helped them earn the title of Best Mattress Store from suburban Chicago’s Daily Herald five years in a row. Additionally, American Mattress doubles down on each of its beds with a 30-day comfort guarantee and a 60-day best-price guarantee.
Each Discount Mattress store stocks hundreds of name-brand memory-foam, latex, gel, and pillow-top mattresses, all with prices averaging 50%–75% below retail.
Brand-new mattresses from manufacturers such as Stearns & Foster, Spring Air Back Supporter, King Koil, Comfort Solutions, Americana, and Kathy Ireland Collection saturate the showroom floors, offering a variety of firmness levels to suit beds, budgets, and pillow forts of all sizes. Each an experienced sleeper themselves, staff members are well-suited to assist customers in their quest for sounder slumber, and each purchase is backed by a 110% price guarantee should the same mattress appear somewhere else for less. In addition to supporting spines, Discount Mattress helps buttress the Illinois economy by selling mattresses that are made locally, and caters to busy schedules by offering same-day delivery to homes from the western suburbs to downtown Chicago.
The skilled staff knows the seam of every kind of clothing article and the best way to wipe the grime from any garment. Eliminate condiment calamities on pants or erase scuffs with the lawn from a blazer for $6.95, or spick-and-span a two-piece interview suit for $13.90. Ties get a cleansing belly rub and sweaters a de-frizzing brush for $6.95 each. Drop down $2.60 and to get a dress shirt re-radiant white, which even includes a hand scrubbing of the collars and cuffs and the complimentary replacement of missing buttons.
Jonah's Market gives customers access to a savory universe of top-quality seafood, steaks, ready-made meals, specialty groceries, and much more. Snatch up delicacies such as fresh Chilean sea bass ($24.99/lb.) or herbed steamed shrimp ($22.99/lb.) without worrying about checked-bag fees associated with importing each succulent scallop and jet-lagged lobster. At-home gourmands can also explore the bounty of the surf's natural enemy, turf, with protein treats such as hand-cut filet mignon ($27.99/lb.), which can be found among an array of steaks, chops, roasts, and ribs. Those looking to suppress midday appetite riots can opt to order from Jonah's takeout lunch menu. The midday lineup is divided into sandwiches, such as the crab-cake-laden Crabby Patty ($8.95), or salads such as The Jonah, which sports a mélange of cranberries, mandarin oranges, balsamic vinaigrette, and a choice of grilled shrimp, chicken, or salmon ($8.95). A variety of frozen, hard-to-find specialty meats are also available, providing a number of succulent gift ideas for the carnivore that has everything.
Tiffany spent eight years in the cleaning business, using harsh chemicals to sanitize homes. However, her three kids—including her autistic son, who can't be around such toxic substances—inspired her to find a better way. So she researched and implemented a method of cleaning that uses professional equipment, natural cleaners, and organically farmed elbow grease.
Tiffany also personally trains each housekeeper in her company in what she calls "the art of sparkle," which leaves homes gleaming in their wake. In kitchens alone, they load and run dishwashers, scrub out sinks, wipe down countertops and other surfaces, and finish by swabbing out stoves and microwaves. That attention to detail continues as they ply cleaning services throughout the whole house, from attacking grimy bathroom grout to making beds. After they're finished, a spritz of Scentsy leaves rooms with a fresh aroma. In addition to regular housecleaning services, the workers can foray into basements, aid in reorganization, or tidy garages to make room for a second blimp.