The team behind the mom-and-pop Fabric Warehouse started their textile adventure in 1994 with 1,000 square feet of space. Since then, the store has moved to a 12,000-square-foot building packed with colorful indoor and outdoor fabrics, along with a variety of home decorations. Fabric Warehouse's two professional designers have the knowledge and expertise to help their clients customize bedding and drapery for master bedrooms or create an animal-print theme for a Neolithic-style man cave.
By The Specs Roofing & Consulting repairs and replaces roofs for residential and commercial properties with a variety of products, including Atlas shingles and Firestone roofing. Its techs use infrared inspection cameras and 3D satellite imaging to detect problems from storm damage and wear. Demonstrating a commitment to the environment, By the Spec approches business from a paperless perspective, and its staff leave every workspace cleaner than they found it.
The insured cleaning crews at Mooch's Cleaning and Painting Services LLC take an all-inclusive mindset when it comes to housework. With a whole-house outlook on cleanliness and curb appeal, they tackle living rooms, kitchens, and bathrooms when cleaning interiors and beautify exteriors with painting and gardening services.
Original slave cabins are just one of the historical sites that groups explore during tours of St. Joseph Plantation, a working sugar-cane plantation built in 1830 that shares a fence line with neighboring Oak Alley Plantation. A schoolhouse, a blacksmith's shop, and many other structures reveal the workings of day-to-day life in the 19th century. Relatives of the family that has owned the property for more than 135 years guide many of the tours, peppering excursions with tidbits of history such as details about the childhood of plantation son and famed architect H.H. Richardson.