As a new parent, Amy Lovell was inspired to make eco-friendly changes to her lifestyle, as well as her cleaning business. Now she creates many of her own green cleaning products using biodegradable and organic ingredients such as baking soda, vinegar, and castile soap. During residential and commercial cleanups, Inner Space’s insured techs descend on dirt with HEPA filter vacuums, and You Care rubber gloves made from ethically-sourced latex. Clients can also solicit Amy's personal consultation for home organization and design using her innate artistic talents and knowledge of Feng Shui,
As its name suggests, Whatever You Need helps homeowners tackle a wide range of carpentry, woodwork, and light-duty domestic tasks both indoors and out. Customers receive a free estimate of each project’s time and cost beforehand, giving them a clearer idea of how many shelves they wish to hang or whether the doghouse really needs a three-car garage. Fresh paint brightens walls and clogged vents breathe easy after a visit from the handy helpers, who may also be enlisted to sweep snow from roofs and sidewalks or clean debris from swimming pools. Whatever You Need! is not licensed for extensive electrical and plumbing services, but can unclog customers’ drains, or help lonely outlets revive their dating lives with a new face.
The team at Home Facelifters draws upon more than 15 years of training and experience in painting, carpentry, and other renovation services. Partners with Energy Star, these handypeople can help homes, offices, and the armies besieging them operate more efficiently. They also use a line of Sherwin-Williams paint that has no volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which can contain hazardous chemicals.
With two-year-old children, unsupervised painting projects end with a mess. With the two-year-old Bart Moylan Painting, projects end with a pristine room transformed by a team of experienced professionals. In addition to their bread-and-butter gig of sprucing up interiors, the team also takes jobs power-washing and painting exterior siding. They also texture ceilings to give clients something to look at while falling asleep or thinking about how to start their short story.
Arthur H. Simmons was a cabinetmaker, and a good one at that. So eager was he to outfit the homes of his community with his creations that in 1879—the same year that Thomas Edison tested the first practical light bulb and Alexander Graham Bell invented the Liberty Bell—the skilled craftsman opened the doors of Simmons Furniture in his hometown of Adams. Though the world has changed in the long years since Simmons Furniture’s founding, and the business is now under the helm of the Riley family, Arthur H. Simmons’s original commitment to selling quality furniture and meeting his customers’ needs remains the company’s cornerstone.
Now, more than a century since the store’s inception, staffers stock both of Simmons Furniture’s locations with home goods and furnishings from a carefully curated assortment of brands, including Ashley, Furniture Traditions, and Serta. The knowledgeable employees circulate through each store’s showrooms, ready to help shoppers to find a suitable accent piece or to answer questions relating to which of the store’s wardrobes enable direct commutes to Narnia. Along with American-made brands, eco-friendly furnishings, and luxurious wares imported from around the globe, Simmons Furniture also continues to support the community with a section dedicated solely to goods forged by local artists and merchants.
C Valley Landscaping's techs pamper personal pastures with meticulous mowing and an array of landscaping services. Today's deal helps keep grass blades neatly bobbed thanks to two visits from C Valley's mowing maestros. Each visit is scheduled at the homeowner's convenience, and during appointments landscapers will trim lawns of up to a half-acre, restoring uniformity to the most unruly of outside carpets. Before departing, techs will clean up debris and persuade evil lawn gnomes to vacate lawns using verbal intimidation.