Good for both humans and animals, Critter Control has been using humane wildlife-removal and management techniques since 1982. When bats, birds, raccoons, skunks, ducks, or other creatures invade living spaces, they gently swoop them up and relocate them to their natural homesteads. The crew's experience also extends to pest control, which keeps homes and businesses free of sugar ants, spiders, wasps, box elders, earwigs, silverfish, beetles, and more.
Water Mill Flowers' blossom wizards conjure exquisite arrangements and bewitching bouquets for all occasions. The Wondrous Nature bouquet calms fears of the wild with a mix of traditional florals, blue iris, and stargazer lilies ($44.99+). Greet the season with the Florist Select arrangement, foliage fanfare of current blooms and greens ($34.99+). Water Mill Flowers’ designers also express sentiments sans blossoms, such as the ribbon-festooned congratulations balloon bouquet ($44.99), ideal for celebrating a coworker's successful escape from prison. The value of this Groupon cannot be applied toward optional shipping, which costs a flat $12.99.
Calling upon 20 years of industry experience, Forever Propane’s gas gurus replenish depleted tanks with quality propane. Customers can lug their cisterns into Forever Propane's brick-and-mortar shop, where a 20-pound refill ensures families can continue hosting barbecues or building a flamethrower to dry their soggy wool socks. Alternatively, customers can opt for delivery services to have brawny handymen pick up and drop off tanks at their respective homes or businesses.
In every pool service it provides, Aqua Buddy Pools prides itself on its dedication to open communication and customer service. Its team works with customers step by step, explaining the process and showing up on time for the service requested, be it cleaning, repair, or regular maintenance.
The Christmas Palace first opened as a seasonal business idea 20 years ago. Today, the expansive holiday department store receives waves of visitors year round who stroll amid more than 30 styles of faux Christmas trees, shelves full of elegant ornaments, and novelty items such as a 38-inch Santa swinging on a hammock. Collectors stock up on train sets and Department 56 village-collection pieces, and gift givers load their sleighs with goods from Fontanini, a business that began sculpting nativity scenes more than 100 years ago in Italy.