Whether stocking the kitchens of Burger King, McDonald's, and Pizza Hut or the kitchen of a single family, The Kitchen Store ensures their customers get the professional tools they need. Each team member has spent an average of 25 years in the food industry, which translates into informed equipment recommendations and sure-fire advice. Their savvy pairs well with the comprehensive stock of kitchen tools, which runs the gamut from ranges by Southbend and cutlery from Dexter Russell to food thermometers that'll make sure pizza stones don't melt into lava.
Samsen Furniture has been serving up home furnishings for more than 50 years. Their Genoa showroom exceeds 45,000 square feet and contains more friendly faces than a Lisa Frank sticker set. Throughout the store, shoppers will encounter top furniture brands such as Thomasville, Smith Brothers of Berne, and Flexsteel, to name a few. Bring light to a dim space that purportedly got plenty of western exposure with an assortment of table lamps (starting at $99), or relax in darkness within the comfy confines of a La-Z-Boy Anderson recliner ($299). Stack numerous Exton Square rectangular cocktail tables ($179 each) to create a real-life game of Tetris, which can be used to entrap and hide a floor lamp with oak table ($299). The store's design department is full to burst with home accessories, such as wallpaper, carpeting, lamps, pictures, and window treatments.
Ken's Flowers, a top-ranked Teleflora and FTD merchant, brims with an ambrosial array of bouquets, flanked by scented candles, fine wines, and a bevy of edible delights. A sun-drenched potted chrysanthemum beams photosynthetic love rays ($19.95), and delicate stargazer lilies nestle ethereally in a crystalline vase ($25). A dozen roses present an ideal means of identifying oneself to blind dates and showcasing powerful 12-rose-gripping jaw power ($25). The shop's blossom artists sculpt European-style, contemporary, and traditional bouquets, as well as dried and silk arrangements.
Habitec Security's experienced installation technicians, each averaging over 15 years with Habitec, will professionally and efficiently install security systems including the control panel and keypad, three door/window contacts, one motion detector, one keychain on/off remote, one low temperature monitor, and yard signs and stickers for any business or home, including condos and multi-unit buildings. All monitoring is done in a locally owned state-of-the-art central station that handles all alarm signals in a timely manner. Security service requires a monthly fee of $29.95 (discounted from $32.95) as well as a three-year agreement pending credit approval.