Nabbing a 2011 Talk of the Town award for customer satisfaction, the garment de-gunkers at Champion Cleaners and Tuxedo Rentals continue their 61-year tradition of stellar service. Experts gently purify full suits, dresses, and coats ($11 each) and return delicate sweaters ($3.75) to mint Cosby condition. Individual suit pieces ($5.50 each)—such as pants, shirts, and jackets—compare notes with the vestigial garment colloquially known as the vest ($4.25). Dry cleaners revive threads Monday–Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Though additional services are not included in this deal, Champion also offers alterations, tuxedo rentals, wedding-gown preservation, and zipper repairs.
We are a home interior business. We offer all flooring for home and commercial settings. We offer items such as blinds and fine fabrics as well as upholstery services.
Family owned and operated. We do not try to be the least expensive just the best at what we do.
Janelle Poitinger realized her life's purpose when a close family member was battling cancer. Janelle saw how much massage helped that person cope with her tremendous struggle, and wondered how rewarding it would be to help others ease physical pain and emotional stress through massage therapy. Janelle earned her massage-therapist license from the Ohio State medical board in 1997, and she?s since dedicated herself to helping clients relax from the tension and aches of everyday life.
Janelle customizes her massages to the needs of each individual. As she works, she pays close attention to clients? feedback and how their bodies respond to the treatment before adjusting her techniques accordingly. After her massages, clients leave the office feeling more relaxed, energetic, and focused. In order to stay at the top of her game, Janelle regularly attends continuing-education classes and keeps her hands strong by challenging bodybuilders to thumb wars. Outside the office, clients might spot her riding her scooter around town or trying out new hobbies, such as golf.
An offshoot of a national network, the locally based staff of Weed Man maintains alluring front-yard aesthetics with environmentally friendly products, each stamped with the EPA's seal of approval. They tweak their lawn services for specific issues: fertilizing and aerating wilting blades, nurturing grass with a rich, organic top dressing, and subduing rogue garden gnomes with chloroform. Employees unleash safe solutions on lawns teeming with white grubs or other harmful insects and tyrannical flora, such as nutsedge, dallis grass, and crabgrass.
With more than 25 years of experience in concrete laying, paving veteran Steve Sparks performs residential and commercial projects with the help of his wife, sons, and daughters. Steve and his familial team construct and repair driveways, sidewalks, and chimneys to ensure that Santa can arrive safely via parachute or monster truck. They also handle removal projects, hauling away defunct concrete and other lingering debris.
The asphalt specialists at Perrysburg Residential Sealcoating have sealed an average of 3,000 driveways each season for the past decade. Their highly efficient scheduling system allows them to dispatch multiple crews to prep and seal driveways with a 100% coal-tar sealant capable of protecting asphalt against chemical seepage, winter salt, and rogue jackhammers. The preventive measure also slows water damage caused by rain, snow, and freezing, leaving the driveway with an even, slate-black look. The crews can perform supplemental crack filling and other driveway-grooming services to keep garage pathways looking their best.
Owned and managed by the Jambor family, PRS merged in 2009 with Perrysburg Asphalt, welcoming to its family a fully licensed, bonded, and insured paving division. PRS flexes its paving muscles on driveways and parking lots throughout the region.