Since 1995, Craig's Carpet Tile Grout Cleaning's licensed and insured crew has extracted dirt and debris from all sorts of surfaces with safe and nontoxic solutions. The carpet-cleaning process includes a thorough machine scrubbing to lift dirt before the fibers are steamed and sanitized. After furniture upholstery jobs, the technicians examine each piece for missed spots, then protect surfaces from future stains or androids sent back in time to mar it in the past. In addition to textile-based cleanings, the crews can root out grout from tile and refresh worn hardwood floors.
The fully insured technicians at Tarius Carpet Cleaning pull grime and stains from carpet fibers with a powerful steam-cleaning system. Homeowners may also solicit the company’s expertise to scour vehicle upholstery, restore furniture, or remove passport stamps from flying area rugs.
Expert Pressure Washing has been beautifying homes, offices, and retail spaces for the past seven years. The company's staff aligns its collective cross hair on dirt and grime caused by exterior elements, wielding powerful streams of water across surfaces such as patios and house siding. The staff also cleans both sides of windows, eliminating smudges left from rainstorms or washing the car inside during the winter.
What began as Anita Gibson's struggling, two-person family business has evolved into Advanced Weight Loss Clinics, an organization with 17 corporately owned clinics and 3 franchise locations spread throughout the southeastern United States. Each center's team of doctors and weight-loss specialists encourages clients to win a similarly daunting battle by creating personalized plans for success. The program incorporates vitamins, supplements, and appetite suppressants with a low-calorie, low-fat meal plan that discourages using soft-serve ice cream as toothpaste.
Registered interior designer Ramona Griffin has an eye for color. She has spent 18 years helping homeowners make the most of their interior spaces by figuring out how to work with homes' layout and lighting. She and her team also help their clients protect the environment with sustainable design techniques.
It was more than 12 years ago that Rik Lazenby threw caution to the wind and a lucky rabbit’s foot over his shoulder and struck out on his own to follow his dream of owning his own arts studio. After serving as an art teacher and school administrator for 32 years, Rik decided to transition his artistic background into a career in decorative arts. To sharpen his skills, he traveled from Dallas to Verona, Italy to study at Safra Colors, a premier manufacturer of Italian plasters and also headed to Louisville to study with Martin Alan Hirsch of The Faux Finish School. And at home in Dallas, he honed his skills under the tutelage of Doyle Self of the School of Italian Plasters. Now a professional decorative artist specializing in faux finishes and specialty plasterwork, he works with clients to add unique, aesthetically pleasing color and accents to their homes. Lazenby also shares his skills with students of all skill levels during painting classes.