Hawaii Air Duct's insured technicians have been cleaning homes' vital air-duct systems since 1996. Removing dust and debris from the systems that pump air into homes, they help maintain good air quality, improve the efficiency of air circulation, and evict toxins such as mold and bossy poltergeists who fancy themselves interior-design experts. Additionally, the company dispatches cleaners to see to the upkeep of area rugs, upholstery, and carpets.
Umeke Market combines a deli teeming with toothsome reinterpretations of local dishes with a natural market supplying organic greens, health supplements, and eco-friendly household items. Championing locally sourced ingredients with their menu of eats, deli masters hoist Mother Earth's fist in the air as they dispense dishes such as the Umeke market burger, which blankets local grass-fed beef, all-natural turkey, buffalo, or portabella mushroom in accoutrements including maui onion, sprouts, and organic ketchup ($8.95). Alternatively, smoothie selections such as the kale blend namesake leaves, banana, and honey into waves of quaffable nourishment ($3.95). The grocery lines shelves with organic greens, natural foods, and premium supplements that may boost energy, alleviate stress, and activate latent telekinetic powers.
Frame-Arts Hawaii's staff crafts attractive hangings that serve to protect their contents with such amenities as acid-free mat boards and nonreflective glass. Hundreds of framing choices stack up inside the shop, drawing the eye as soon as it rolls in the door. In addition to framing traditional artwork and photographs, the staff offers services for displaying sports jerseys, mirrors, and collections of autographed Social Security cards.
Lisa Rose Doll House & Tea Room commemorates birthdays by indulging young ladies between the ages of 4–13 with elegant dress-up tea parties, earning the honor of Best Kiddie Birthday Party in Hawaii from Honolulu magazine. At the 90-minute Rosebud Princess Tea Party or Glamor Girl Tea Party, four girls are unleashed into a dressing room brimming with princess dresses, tiaras, handbags, and other accessories, harking back to a time when ladies dressed in their finest and glitter was an abundant resource. Before girls put on a fashion show for each other, nimble-fingered staffers complete the courtly transformation by outfitting aspiring debutantes with fancy hairdos, makeup, painted nails, and intriguing back-stories. At the tea-party luncheon, elaborate floral centerpieces and lacey place-settings cradle peanut butter and jelly, turkey, and tuna finger-sandwiches, as well as fruit, cheese, vegetables and dip, minicheese pizzas, sliced hot dogs, and lemonade. After shouting the names of dairy products during a photo shoot, the girls tackle an array of princess cupcakes and sweets, then extinguish the ceremonial flames before receiving party favors. The 90-minute tea parties can accommodate two additional guests over 6 years old ($25 each).
The staff at EmbroidMe Honolulu think of themselves as an extension of their clients' marketing departments, and are there to help grow their businesses. Once a customer comes in, a specialist will work with them to identify their needs and objectives and then customize marketing products to fit their goals. In the store, customers can touch and feel samples, watch customization in action, and learn about all the products and services that are available. Products include bags and totes, caps and hats, corporate apparel, T-shirts, team apparel, and promotional products. Services include award engraving, embroidery, and garment printing.