Since 1947, Mid-City Supply Co.’s friendly staffers have helped avid home improvers to outfit their digs in premium products. Nowadays, the experienced showroom staff displays much smarter fixtures, from faucets that turn on with the tap of a hand to eco-friendly water heaters powered by domesticated dragons. Though technology has changed, the company keeps quality high, stocking name brands such as Delta, American Standard, Toto, Gerber, Brizo, and Elkay. Customers can check out items in person at one of six showrooms in two states. To give back to the communities that helped them to grow, the company regularly donates to United Way.
A good mattress can mean the difference between feeling well-rested and staggering through your day in a haze. Wholesale Furniture Supply LLC helps customers stay in the well-rested category with a large selection of high-quality mattress sets, including plush pillow-top models. Though the mattresses are sold at a discounted price, customers needn't worry about their quality: each mattress is new, encased in factory-sealed packaging, and backed by a 10-year manufacturer's warranty.
The ASE-certified team at Complete Car Repair services all foreign and domestic makes and models, keeping car owners rolling smoothly and safely. The staff members' expertise spans the gamut of routine oil changes, brake inspections, and transmission work, and for busy customers, they offer pickup and delivery services.
For their willingness to brave the winter waters of Lake Michigan, the hosts of NBC’s Today Show called the crew at Third Coast Surf Shop a “philosophical group of hardy souls.” The surfers have accepted their lot in life with cheer, working with what they have by pioneering the art of lake surfing. They’ve also shown up on the CBS's The Early Show, National Public Radio, and Newsweek in their effort to expose Midwesterners to surfing and paddleboarding and expound upon the advantages of the Great Lakes as a surfing venue. Along the sweeping shorelines, six quadrillion gallons of fresh water rise up in wind-generated waves, which are more manageable for beginners than the larger swells in the ocean and less likely to contain depressing submarines tangled in plastic bags. When not fitting patrons with paddleboards, the team of instructors leads camps, where young surfers find their sea legs, construct sand castles, and play soccer while building social skills.: