For almost 20 years, Bedding Mart has been laying mattresses, pillows, frames, and other dozing surfaces underneath its sleepy clients. These skilled somnambulence-preventers provide a mattress collection that includes Serta and Simmons Beautyrest, which join other dream-cultivating brands in rounding out their plushy provisions. Accessories such as a Comfort Select memory-foam pillow (up to $99.95) absorb recollections more effectively than the un-porous surfaces of amnesia anvils. A helpful staff is always on hand to help customers select the right items, such as a Simmons Beautyrest extra-firm-full size mattress ($388.99), Englander plush mattresses ($128.99+), memory-foam mattresses ($398.99+), or bed frames ($49.95—$69.95), which help provide a stable home for courteous under-bed monsters.
The domicile purifiers at Pearl Window Cleaning rescue windows, gutters, and driveways from the unsightly clutches of grime. Window wipers pump ion-free H20 through the Reach and Wash System to ensure smear-free windows ($10/window) that sparkle like a politician with an impeccable campaign history. Gutters sigh with relief as technicians expel interior and exterior grime with pressure washers, removing all debris without leaving a mess ($70/gutter). More than eaves and bad-guy paper targets two stories high, the dirt abolishers can also spray their pressure-powered water guns at driveways ($100), walkways ($50), and residential homes ($0.50/sq. ft.) to expel grungy spots with ease. Though the values listed are accurate, prices may vary depending on the size of an area or if it's an active volcano.
Indulging Spa Services’ staff boasts a combined 55 years of experience, which they put to good use inside of this clean, pastel-colored spa. On the docket are numerous mani-pedis, everything from French manicures to spa pedicures, precision haircuts, and relaxer treatments. The stylists also offer permanent all-over color treatments, brow arching, and facial waxing.
Founded by Jack Belz (chairman and CEO of Belz Enterprises) and Marilyn Belz, the Belz Museum of Asian & Judaic Art has displayed its collection of paintings, sculptures, textiles, and more from Asian and Judaic artisans since 1998, when it was originally called the Peabody Place Museum. Old-school art lovers can spend hours perusing Belz's collection of pieces from the Chinese Qing and other dynasties, including a 19th-century scene intricately carved in ivory tusk, or studying elaborate pottery from the Han dynasty. In addition to the four admissions, the deal also includes four collection catalogs ($6 each), so exhibition scrutinizers can study up on the museum's collections.