"Don't marry your alarm company," Advanced Systems declares, and while there's very little chance of that actually happening, their approach to alarm-system monitoring does inspire a more easy-going partnership. These pros monitor all the top systems—be they Honeywell, DSC, or GE—with the same industry-wide procedures: When they're alerted by an alarm system, they first call the premises, followed by a designated call-list, and then the appropriate agencies. The company's no-contract monitoring policy works with new or existing security systems, allowing clients to decide when they're in and when they're out.
Mattress Depot USA unites a team of bedding experts to help customers end restless nights with a mattress that meets their individual sleep specifications. The sleep store's plenitude of private-label and national brands include Sealy, Restonic, and Lady Americana. Memory-foam mattresses, like sociable elephants, never forget a human form, cradling silhouettes in a firm, spongy embrace. Customers have up to 120 days to evaluate their mattress for its comfort capacity, and can consult with one of the shop's sleep consultants prior to purchase, reducing the likelihood of an imperfect fit.
Sheltering feet and torsos since 1976, Work 'n More carries a colossal stockpile of boots, safety equipment, and work apparel from brands such as Carhartt, Georgia, and Wolverine. Deck out hardworking gams in comfy, functional Carhartt B73 dungarees ($44.85), with reinforced back pockets and both tool compartments and a hammer loop. The men's Georiga Giant Romeo ($64.95) encases phalanges in a full-grain leather and cushion insole. Dainty digits and profoundly confused genies breathe freely in the women's Georgia GR3118 ($64.95), a pink leather shoe with high-performance lining. Weed briar patches or challenge tool boxes to a duel with the Atlas fit rubber-knit gloves ($3.65), outfitted with a textured grip to keep your palm’s entourage in the finest fettle.
Garden Gear & Gallery's resident green thumbs help patrons sculpt striking landscapes with a large assortment of gardening tools and indoor and outdoor artwork. Cultivate an unruly plot with the nine unyielding tines of a small hand rake ($12), or sling a stainless-steel sickle ($19.99) to hew ornamental grasses into the presidential likeness of your choice. A scintillating wind chime ($20) enlivens outdoor environs by clinking gaily at the first touch of a meandering breeze or clumsy dryad. Secure easily lost items within the confines of a five-pocket apron ($19.50), whose extra-deep pouches hold gloves, small tools, and ladybug eviction notices.