UBreakiFix on the Westside is where electronic mishaps get a new lease on life. Whether you dropped your iPhone on the tile floor, or watched your iPod tumble in the pool, UBreakiFix repairs and services a wide variety of gadgets and gizmos including Samsung, Blackberry, Motorola, HTC and LG electronics, plus the full suite of Apple products and even video game consoles. Initial diagnosis is always free, and UBreakiFix keeps you informed about the parts, time and costs of the repair. For those that can’t live without their precious device, it’s nice to know that many repairs can be done while the customer waits. So bring your phones, computers and tablets in for a quick, painless and top-notch repair with fast turnaround times, and excellent customer service, from inside the simple storefront’s wood floored main showroom.
Staff members at Kennedi's Closet fill shelves with colorful fashions for babies, toddlers, and young girls, including cute tops and bottoms from Peaches 'n Cream, Mud Pie, and Kennedi's Closet's own brand. They also help parents personalize their kids' wardrobes with items such as hair bows and leggings that add flair to holiday dresses or luggage that carries kiddies' fashions on vacation. The store also offers custom embroidery and monogramming services to help parents discern their progeny from wooden puppets striving to take their place.
After more than 10 years spent honing his craft, Christopher C. Crisp founded Happy Feet Dance Studios in 2009. Along with his fellow expert instructors, he guides students through a variety of ballroom dance styles, including the foxtrot, hustle, and samba. The private lessons build solid dance foundations with individual attention and assistance. During group classes, the instructors foster enhanced technique with frequent partner swaps, helping guests to master step patterns and develop leading and following skills. Students then test out their newly acquired twinkle toes at in-studio practice parties before night-on-the-town sessions, where teachers and pupils cha-cha at local venues and attempt to tango with passing cabs.
In his former role as a C-130 crew chief in the air force, Bryan Ruiz fostered a keen eye for details. Now, Ruiz and his team of licensed and insured handymen draw on his hard-earned focus and discipline as they apply the "one customer at a time" approach to residential and commercial work.
Technicians at 1st Coast Painting & More can also perform a range of home-maintenance services. The company's pressure cleanings purge homes, driveways, and sidewalks; drywall services add finishing touches to rooms; and crown-molding installation can help dens feel less inferior to master bedrooms.
Larson Rug Cleaning has been restoring and maintaining valuable Oriental rugs since 1980. Their gentle yet thorough process can be carried out in the home, at their facility, or while hovering in the stratosphere, and begins with an air dusting that dislodges debris from carpet fibers. Industrial vacuums then suck up particles before rotary scrubbers apply detergent. Technicians scour stubborn stains and delicate fringe by hand, and hot-water extraction slurps up bacteria and allergens. The carpet is then dried to prevent mold growth and moth proofed to ward off any fiber-eating pests. Services conclude with a gentle brushing, which straightens carpet strands.
Staring at a blank piece of paper can be intimidating, but browsing the blank, premade pottery at Doing Dishes draws hibernating creativity from its den, enticing the brain with shape, size, and bisque meat. Pieces range between $7 and $60, and all merry potters are assessed a modest studio fee of $6, which covers everything required to design and fire a project, including time. Grab a blank plate and paint a meal upon it, stencil a cup with springtime flowers, or decorate a picture frame worthy of being hung inside itself.