Each year, TMC Cleaning's bonded and insured technicians don't stop scrubbing windows until their water freezes. They report to residential and commercial jobs in temperatures down to 40 degrees Fahrenheit, and continue wielding their squeegees in light rain. Even after they leave, they don't concede their work to the elements—a 14-day rain guarantee gives customers free or discounted touchups if Mother Nature’s tears sully their windows within two weeks of their service.
This persistent cleaning crew has scoured both houses and hotels, including the Radisson and Isla Grand Beach Resort. Regardless of the vertical ground they have to scale, they respect the environment by using biodegradable, ammonia-free soap. To keep windows clear and free of ghost fingerprints, custom appointments take place on a one-time or regular basis and can suit individual houses with additional deep-cleaning, screen-cleaning, and stain-removal treatments.
The pizza makers at Palio's Pizza Cafe crown regular, whole-wheat, and gluten-free crusts with fresh vegetables, preservative-free sauce, and roasted chicken. Chefs take the burden of putting together the best toppings with 17 specialty pizzas that pair gourmet ingredients such as artichoke hearts, roasted chicken, and fresh basil pesto. Ovens create bubbling pies, stuffed calzones, baked ziti, and italian sub sandwiches that servers carry through both chic, cozy locations. Leather-lined booths and flat-screen televisions keep diners comfortable and entertained while they enjoy Palio's BYOB policy and sip wine or Capri Sun pouches brought from home.
Over the course of his career, doctor of chiropractic David Cox of Little Elm Chiropractic has performed more than 40,000 spinal adjustments. Yet, David hasn't limited his skill set to adjustments alone; he relies on a range of noninvasive techniques to rid patients of pain. For example, cold laser therapy invigorates cell reproduction to help heal injuries, and spinal decompression treatments remove pressure from the spine, much like realizing that every day isn't Carry Your Boss to Work Day after all.
U-Stor's gabled roofs, brick walls, and watchful video surveillance cameras guard over stored goods and valuables like a ruthless yet elegant gargoyle. Haul in your storables to one of U-Stor's four locations, where they'll be put in the tender confined care of U-Stor's sturdy units, each featuring 24-hour access and unique access codes that allow owners to toggle their personal mini-warehouse's alarm system. Protect your investment in collectible Nora Roberts books in a 5' x 5' unit (starting at $35 per month) or stack the large-print editions in a 10' x 40' facility (starting at $189 per month). U-Stor's units come in a large variety of sizes to suit your needs—visit U-Stor's website to see the available options. All driveways are well lit, and each facility is eminently accessible at any time thanks to the convenient drive-up entryways, allowing you to tow out and restock at your discretion.
In a red barn that conjures up Americana with western décor, the cooks at Parker Brothers Traildust Steakhouse sizzle the signature steaks and classic dinner fare that comprise the restaurant's menu. Start with an appetizer, such as the Ultimate Platter, an amalgam of onion sticks, cheese sticks, jalapeño strips, cheese-stuffed jalapeño peppers, mushrooms, and zucchini. After properly stretching stomach muscles, dive into steaks that are grilled over mesquite wood to capture an authentically smoky, southwest-style taste. The Hoss, a 12 oz. center-cut sirloin ($14.99), and the T-bone Cowboy ($19.99), saturate the mouth with tenderness and mesquite flavor. Less-steaky dinner options include seafood, chicken, and many delectable desserts, such as New York–style cheesecake, berry cobbler, and pecan pie. Then stir about in a rhythmic pattern on the large dance floor.