The certified technicians of HydroClean pamper floorscapes with grime-evicting baths using nontoxic cleaners and the signature Containing Dome device that blasts away dirt. After applying a cleaning solution to lift embedded grime, the techs direct intense streams of heated water on the troubled spots, while the Containing Dome vacuum extracts moisture at 5 gallons per minute. Surfaces sigh as the powerful suction passes over, leaving the brick, tile, stone or ceramic nearly dry. Technicians also turn the sudsy cleaner on textile forests, cleaning carpets and upholstery with reinvigorating steam that frees fibers of harmful mold and sold-out flea circuses.
During the home- or apartment-cleaning services, insured and bonded cleaning crews from Klean & Tidy Inc., which has been in the cleaning business since 1983, deploy across living spaces to wash floors by hand. The stain-disdainers tackle kitchens, bedrooms, and bathrooms and seek out the abode's nethermost nooks that are often forgotten. After sloughing grime from corners and tidying living spaces with basic organization, they then wipe-down countertops and faucets until they achieve a gleam typically reserved for Zeus’s money clip.
Backyards' locally made gifts and décor items enliven exterior and interior spaces, with many recyclable and green pieces such as woodenwares harvested from sustainable forests. Assorted merchandise displays an eclectic mix of modern and retro styles as it mingles on the showroom floor, with birdhouses ($19.99), freezable wine-bottle coolers ($9.99), and eco-friendly throw rugs made from candy-bar wrappers ($29.99) sharing style tips and ideas for transforming a gazebo into an avian nightclub. Outdoor furniture, including Napa fire pots ($15.99) and metal retro-style chairs ($69.99), populates backyards and patios, and miniature gardening accessories such as small-scale benches and chairs ($4–$7) bring mini gardens to life so that ambitious chihuahuas have something to guard.
Seven-time winner of the South Bend Tribune’s Readers’ Choice Award, Mattress Warehouse stocks more than 1,000 name-brand mattresses, offering an array of innerspring, memory-foam, latex, and adjustable beds from manufacturers such as Serta, International Bedding, Sleep Logic, and Scandinavian. Sheep-counting customers can dive into recurring barnyard dreams resting atop twin mattress sets (starting at $199), Queen Memory Foam pillowtop sets (starting at $599), and Serta Perfect Day queen sets (starting at $1,499).
In 2011, Rachel and Deha gave up their professional careers and founded Cousins Custom Cleaning with the goal of tailoring meticulous, reliable cleaning and organizing services to meet each of their customer’s needs. Cousins’ bonded, licensed, and insured cleaners scrub floors by hand, eschewing mops, which can spread dirt or duplicate uncontrollably and form an army without the care of an experienced sorcerer's apprentice. Customers can ask the cleaning duo to make their homes or offices shine with eco-friendly and allergy-friendly products, and residential customers can choose between an hourly rate for a one-time appointment and a flat rate for recurring services. Committed to giving back to their community, Rachel and Deha support the American Cancer Society and offer special discounts to cancer survivors and customers caring for people with special needs.
An affordable and monumental selection of plush beds, sturdy end tables, and stylish home accessories mingles good-naturedly in Ashley Furniture HomeStore’s warehouse. Shoppers can pick up a Mercer mocha couch ($299) and use it to accent weekly book-club discussions of Lego Star Wars. Ashley Furniture HomeStore's wide selection of tables includes the Fletcher accent-table group ($199), which can give any room or teleportation chamber a hint of casual, modern style. Otherwise, two Calder side chairs ($219.99 each) add charm to empty corners with their modern bronzed finish. Shoppers can also give weary lamps a permanent home with two Bittersweet nightstands ($159) and augment somnolence with queen mattress sets, starting at $299, from household brands such as Sealy and Tempur-Pedic.