For more than 65 years, Seers Lumber Co. has equipped foremen and intrepid do-it-yourselfers with dependable tools, lumber, and construction materials. A kaleidoscopic spectrum of Valspar paints lights up the newly remodeled, 7,000-square-foot show room, which also houses an array of locks, ladders, and anticootie sprays for fortifying tree forts. Stacks of lumber stretch to the ceiling, with sturdy varieties such as cedar and redwood available in multiple dimensions. A 2,500-square-foot door and window show room boasts top brands such as Marvin, Velux, and Milgard, whose windows are specially engineered to glare menacingly at approaching baseballs.
Every person has their own idea of the perfect mattress. Some like to shop by brand, others by the comfort level. Often, size is their most important factor, or its ability to dissuade monkeys from jumping atop it. With this in mind, each associate at Mattress Connection takes these variables into account when pairing customers with new mattress from top brands, such as Sealy Posturepedic and Simmons, in sizes that range from twin to king. They also help customers sleep more comfortably with memory foam pillows, which remember their spinal alignment and where dreams left off the night before.
The florists at Boulevard Florist Wholesale Market outfit patrons with tropical flowers, hanging baskets, and floral equipment to beautify their dwellings. Their boston ferns and caladium plants impress visitors with their fecund green leaves, and purple chrysanthemums or roses add color to kitchens not already covered in tomato sauce. The staffers also deliver blooms, and impart their green-thumbing knowledge during floral-design classes held across two weekend days or 90 minutes.
Nader's Furniture has three store locations (Gardena, Long Beach and Carson) with a large warehouse and clearance center that carries inventory so that everything is in stock for immediate pickup or delivery. The Nader Family takes pride in treating our customer with respect and honesty. Naders is family owned since 1956
Since becoming established in 1990, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles' workforce has constructed or renovated more than 350 homes for low-income families throughout 112 cities and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. The organization relies largely on volunteer labor and donations of building materials, home decor, furniture, and appliances, which are used in building projects or sold at the ReStore. These sales not only help raise funds for building projects, but have also helped save more than five million pounds of reusable materials from ending up in local landfills.