Aided by their arsenal of powerful equipment and more than a decade of experience, Dry Door's team of household cleaners divests carpets and floors of built-up grime. Waltzing their way through the dirt like dates at a Dust Bowl–era prom, carpet cleaners and their truck-mounted extractors and pressure washers work in tandem to flush soil out of all types of carpets and rugs without the need for soaps, which can leave behind residue. Floor cleaners work with similar care, slathering hardwood, laminate, tile, and linoleum surfaces with environmentally friendly cleaning agents to imbue them with a brilliant shine. The fully insured staffers also resolve water-damage issues, dispatching from their office 24 hours a day to help homeowners in need.
A Premium Verizon retailer, Wireless Depot furnishes customers with on- or off-contract cell phones and accessories. Their inventory includes the latest smartphones from Samsung and Motorola, as well as a wide array of OEM and third-party accessories.
On The Spot Home Services, the fastest growing home services company in the industry, is proud to serve all of New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island for all their power washing, window cleaning, and gutter cleaning needs.
The flooring experts at Korkmaz Rugs & Flooring, located less than 15 minutes from the Lincoln Tunnel, oversee 25,000 square feet of tile, laminate, hardwood, and luxurious hand- and power-loomed area rugs. A crop of more than 1,000 living-room-size carpets twirl before the customers' eyes on an automated rug-hanging display, showing off designs ranging from traditional Persian-style bordering and curly motifs to ultramodern geometric shapes to fuzzy Magic Eye puzzles. The crew of in-house flooring installers gussy up rooms with customized carpeting packages, runners, bindings, and exquisite hardwood medallions, and make feet feel distinguished with sheets of fine, classicaI Italian stone tile.
Though he doesn't wear an actual crown, Bruce Wiener has earned the title of Bed King thanks to his family's long-standing business and his in-depth knowledge of what makes a high-quality mattress. Still, he rules with a fair hand. At his store, he and his staff share the three things customers need to know when buying a mattress: how it feels, how it's built inside, and what their budget is. They advise customers to test out each mattress by lounging on it for 15 minutes, examining its comfort, support structure, and willingness to share bedtime stories. They also arm customers with know-how on the latest technologies, demystifying industry jargon by explaining, for example, that coil systems impart equal weight distribution over the surface of the bed.