Marcia Worley specializes in residential interior design, and many of the homes she’s decorated throughout the United States have been featured in several top design magazines and articles. Her main priority is to create a home that’s comfortable, elegant, and emotionally pleasing while taking clients’ tastes and lifestyles into consideration.
For those who need a completely new look, Marcia often uses the inventory from her own showroom, but she can also incorporate the clients’ current belongings into her design. Her design aesthetic includes using lighting to create the ideal mood, leading the eye to a focal point with strategically placed color, and making sure the furniture selection and arrangement reflects the functional needs and preferences of each client.
The Midwest Mayhem auto show hosts a colorful collective of roadsters from across the state, sporting tricked-out doors, iridescent rims, and detailed custom paint jobs. Cars bound into the air during the hydraulics contest and dip under the pole for a mini-truck limbo contest. Guests also test their manmade skills at pizza-eating contests and the chocolate-milk chug. Live bands and DJs pump the airwaves full of sound, and judges select the winners from a number of categories, such as best lowrider, best engine, and tastiest hubcap.
WeMow's landscape experts maintain yards and properties with specialized services such as weed removal, seeding treatments, and mowing. During other services, lawn-care specialists can dig their green thumbs into mulch to nourish the yard's soil and to clean up yards when trees sacrifice their leaves as a protest against the bloated contracts given to palm trees. With an eye for shape, color, and placement, landscapers can design gardens and flowerbeds, and create custom-designed organic vegetable gardens of any size. They also plant trees and maintain water features.
When Village Handyman merged with Craftsmen Restoration in 2010, it brought along its 40 years in the home-contracting biz. Yet even with this wealth of experience, the company recognizes the vital importance of continuing education. That's why employees regularly attend internal workshops, industry trainings and certifications, manufacturer seminars, and even regular plant tours so they can truly understand the products they use. Homeowners can ask an insured technician for roof repairs, siding installation, or more complicated projects, such as removing a deck or updating chimney masonry to prevent Santa infestations.