Neptune Construction & Remodeling scrubs away acoustic ceilings in a clean and safe one–three-day process. First, they'll test for potentially dangerous materials in the ceiling such as asbestos or radioactive ghosts. Then they'll scrape the ceiling, sending chunks of chalky drywall and Styrofoam flecks raining down on tarps covering carpets and furniture.
It's somewhat fitting that Hollywood Mattress is located near the airport, since the store is filled with a jet-lagged traveler's dream: rows of comfortable mattresses. One of the highlights is The Dreamer mattress. It's made with CertiPur-US-certified memory foam and fabrics that meet or exceed the Oeko-Tex Standard 100. To complement the beds, the store also sells furniture and tooth-fairy accessories.
Like the town criers of old, The Creator Studio's printing specialists help businesses spread the word about upcoming sales or new offers. While the staff may not walk through the streets yelling their clients' sale prices, they do create black-and-white or full-color promotional materials that contain logos, special offers, and full text. With large format printers, they forge banners proclaiming a business is open or a litter of puppies is born. Their magnet-printing machinery enables them to form decals bearing logos and slogans that adhere to metal, allowing customers to advertise on their vehicles.
A First Impression renews homes with new carpets, upholstery, and bedding and has been featured in the Los Angeles Daily News for its ability to revitalize furniture. Much like a shape-shifting silver dollar, A First Impression’s custom projects vary in price, but pricing starts at $45 per hour for labor plus the cost of materials. Line foot highways in new floor fur, choosing from more than 15 brands. The cost of carpet is $19.95 per yard, which includes installation and 7-pound padding. Homeowners can also redecorate rooms with drapes ($58 for a 2’ window including installation), reupholstered dining-room chairs ($35 each), sofas ($99/ft. plus a flat labor rate of $99), or custom sheets, comforters, and pillowcases ($45/hour for labor, material costs vary).
All Star Home Improvement sports two licenses general engineering contractor and general building contractorenabling its highly skilled team to handle most any household chore from interior paint jobs to full remodels. Each crew member stays abreast of current building codes, and during projects both an engineer and an architect remain at the homeowner’s disposal for consultations or heated games of Jenga. Before any major household undertaking, the team creates a three-dimensional mockup of the project, giving homeowners an idea of the end result. Potential customers can view a selection of the company’s handiwork on its gallery page.
Jackalope's buyers travel the world to curate an exotic collection of home and garden accessories, filling their boutique with ornamentations from Asia, Mexico, and towns across the globe. The eclectic décor, which has been featured on HGTV's The Outdoor Room, spills out from the multicolored store into a peaceful outdoor oasis teeming with intricate pottery, stone statues, and dulcet wind chimes. Fountains gurgle as eyes take in the sun-soaked scene of vividly colored pots, sculptures, and gleeful Buddha figurines that counsel garden gnomes on how to achieve enlightenment.