Ace Hardware's project people assist and advise on a gamut-running range of home- and garden-oriented endeavors. The 20-pound propane-tank refill will pump up a deflated cylinder with the energy to grill juicy burgers, cook corn on the cob, or blaze a flame that can be used as a nightlight for adults locked out of their own houses. Like a roaring campfire or a solar panel, the propane-tank refill can also be used for outdoor heating.
Bug House Pest Control's knowledgeable technicians begin each one-time interior and perimeter pest-control treatment with a complimentary pretreatment inspection. After making their diagnosis, they annihilate such common pests as fleas, ants, and gremlins. The team exclusively uses environmentally friendly products, which harm only pests rather than your home, pets, or home’s pets.
What started as a small operation out of the trunk of a car has blossomed into a full-service property maintenance company. Square One dispatches its hardworking team members to job sites around the community, where they provide a wide range of services, from trash removal and interior painting to drywall repair and mailbox installation. The Square One team also utilizes a four-step process to spruce up lawns, which includes edging, mowing, trimming, and blowing away of any grass clippings or white flags from anthills.
Inside Rozy Threading Studio, marigold-yellow walls surround techs as they twirl strings of cotton thread around unwanted facial hair. Then, with a flick of the wrist, they quickly pluck out each strand––a technique that precisely shapes brows and causes less irritation than tweezers or termites. They use this ancient approach alongside waxing to make skin smooth and hairless. When they aren't pruning brows, they purify pores with facials that incorporate extractions, steam, and herbal mud masks.
At Let's Paint Pottery, aspiring artists can drop in anytime to customize plain pieces of pottery. After selecting an unfinished ceramic piece from the studio's selection of serving ware and home decor items, they’ll use provided stamps, stencils, and idea books to map out their design and next tattoos. They then draw from a palette of more than 50 paints and glazes to coat their creation before handing it over to a staff member, who fires the work in the studio's kiln. The studio also offers two-hour canvas-painting sessions, wherein guests armed with acrylic paints learn brushstroke basics.