For more than 25 years, The Steam Team has dispatched crews to residential and commercial sites to clean up and make repairs. The company's insured technicians often begin by hauling out hot-water-extraction systems that use steam to remove embedded dirt. While they're at it, the techs can also clean upholstery and leather, refinish hardwood floors, and clear air ducts of dirt and crawling action heroes. The team even repairs damage caused by fire, wind, and hail. The Steam Team does all this using biodegradable, nontoxic products that are safe for humans and pets.
Chase Carpets fills unadorned foot space with hardwood, ceramic tile, natural stone, carpet, and laminate flooring. Do-it-yourselfers can take home enough supplies (or have them delivered for a $45 fee, not included in the Groupon) to fill rooms with ITS inter ceramic tiles ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet), or you can choose from the more than 1,000 unique patterns of ceramic tile and natural stone flooring Chase Carpets offers. Hardwood flooring, like a diamond-encrusted unicorn, is valued for its looks and durability and laying down Joshua Premium Hardwood Malibu oak (3 and 5/8” width and 3/8” thick) adds a touch of elegance to any living space ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet). Massage tired tootsies with a bevy of cushy carpeting such as Shaw's Northern Parkway or Wish List, available in variety of colors ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet, including pad, installation, and tax) or treat arches to Natural Value laminate flooring ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet, including underlayment, installation, and tax) for streamlined strutting.
Beneath the Colorado sun, Jason Ballard stands holding a hammer, looking upon the half-finished home before him. As a green builder, Ballard takes pride in constructing homes designed for health and efficiency, but unfortunately, local suppliers often don’t have the products to match his passion. The dilemma prompts Ballard and a few friends to wonder: "What if we could get all the materials we're looking for under one roof?"Driven by this question, the founders of TreeHouse came together—some interested in sustainable building, some interested in cutting toxins out their lives, some fascinated by the money saved through energy efficiency—to amass an inventory of products that they would use or already were using in their own homes. The store's material experts score every item to meet rigorous health, performance, and sustainability standards, curating a catalog that ranges from insulation made of recycled denim to housewares made from bamboo veneer. Additionally, TreeHouse's home-improvement gurus demonstrate products at education stations, and host classes and events to teach DIY-minded homeowners how to undertake anything from remodels to digging a moat around the garage.
Featured in Southern Living magazine, Kiss the Cook equips cooks of all skill levels with the tools and toys needed for whimsical culinary escapades. Carrying a coterie of high-quality cookware, bakeware, and kitchen-friendly gadgetry, Kiss the Cook will have you on your way to creating simmering sauces or luxuriously stacked baklava. Specialize your slicing repertoire via a paring knife with sheath ($9.99), invigorate your vintages with a Vinoair wine aerator ($19.99), or unshackle hunks of innocent limestone with a marble cheese slicer ($19.99). Ensure accurate measurements with magnetic measuring spoons ($16.99) or extract the magic nectar of citrus juices with a lemon squeezer ($14.99). Kiss the Cook's friendly, knowledgeable staff is on hand to assist with your culinary queries.
Endorsed by financial author Dave Ramsey and highlighted on Oprah Winfrey's Life Lift blog, eMeals charts out a week's worth of dollar- and health-savvy dinner recipes to relieve the burden of kitchen-related stress. Each week, organized grocery lists—categorized by family size, dietary desires, and store preferences—showcase flavorful culinary creations for discerning palates. Plans developed by working parents capitalize on sale items at stores such as Walmart, Publix, and Kroger, and an "any store" list can be used to navigate the aisles of other favored grocers. Family meal plans serve seven meals for three to six people, whereas plans for two are tailored to singles, couples, or a pair of sock puppets on a date atop a chest of drawers.
Special paleo, gluten-free, clean-eating, low-fat, and portion-controlled meal-plan options aid nongeneric eaters in assembling targets for their teeth and fitness regimens. The classic version of the Walmart family plan supplies culinary sustenance to families of three to six for an average weekly cost of $75–$85 and takes advantage of the store's regularly discounted prices. A duo can fill a Publix cart for $50–$60 a week, including side dishes.
Born of founder Jane DeLaney's desire to feed her family stress-free dinners provisioned from an organized list without coupons, eMeals allows shoppers to spend more time at the table and less time wandering about the grocery store uttering monophonic 10th-century chants in dismay.
Mattrezzz Guys stocks its spacious showroom with more than 30 styles of mattresses, including elastic memory foam, natural rubber latex, and innerspring mattresses. Sleep-hungry browsers can outwit insomnia on a fiber-laced Jasper Plush boxspring set ($399–$799) or a Modern Sleep Stellar Euro Top mattress set ($349–$749), each crafted by the hands of Taylor Bedding's local mattress mavens. Lady Americana’s Cool-Flex Visco mattress ($2,499/queen set, $2,899/king set) is crafted from a heat- and weight-sensitive memory foam that was initially developed for NASA's extreme backyard-wrestling bouts. Dedicated to the perpetuation of store-bought slumber thrones, Mattrezzz Guys guarantees buyers a five-year warranty extension at no cost on all premium mattress-set acquisitions.