Roberts tends a stylish stable of furnishings from brand names such as Ashley Furniture and Crown Mark to staff living rooms, dining dens, and bedchambers. A tasteful array of cheval floor mirrors ($99+) and table lamps ($49+) distract visitors from the fact that your coasters are made out of overdue library books. Living-room and bedroom sets (both $699+) are well matched by Roberts' empire of ottomans. For a fee, same-day delivery can expedite your laptop's metamorphosis into the desktop PC it was always meant to be.
Fresh Scent Carpet Care's local, family-run operation sanitizes and deodorizes a wide range of household surfaces, from upholstery and carpets to mattresses, grout, and tile. Truck-mounted extraction equipment restores floor fabric to its original factory freshness, and detailed four-step steam-clean treatments remove stains and dirt from sofas and chairs. Technicians banish germs from nearly all parts of the home, applying a powerful Hygienitech vacuum to mattresses, and removing lingering debris, dust mites, and bogeymen with the apparatus's high-frequency pulsations and UV-C light. Rather than glossing over offending odors and pet dander with perfumes, Fresh Scent Carpet Cleaning's thorough methods remove contamination and bacteria from living rooms, car cabins, kitchen floors, and RVs.
For more than six decades, Stanley Steemer has expunged dirt and stains to produce happy, gleaming homes. The clean-centric company’s experienced, uniformed technicians journey to sullied homesteads, unleashing their dexterous digits on a variety of surfaces to evict debris accumulated from foot traffic, spills, and indoor meteor showers. Hardwood floors (up to 150 sq. ft./room) yield years of tamped-in dirt and grease to Stanley Steemer’s high-speed rotary brush and proprietary cleaning solution, which scrubs wood pores and whisks detritus away with a powerful vacuum. Lumber only has a few moments of newfound nakedness before it dons a quick-drying protective coat to recloak itself in a uniform sheen. A similar process for tile and grout (up to 150 sq. ft./room) loosens ingrained dirt via a high-pressure rotary tool and lifts it out of the floor with a truck-mounted vacuum.
Patrick's Hardware has stocked toolbelts and tool boxes with a variety of hardware needs since 1895, drawing from a stock of more than 65,000 items. A variety of handsaws ($6.27–$23.90) cut through wooden planks and frozen turkeys, which can be carved into presidential silhouettes with a Mintcraft chisel with a safety grip ($14.65). Lawn-care and outdoor-living tools make wilderness maintenance easier, and farm supplies keep cows and crops happy. Prepare a room for a new family addition with an emotional heart-to-heart or a panoply of paints, such as Valspar flat wall latex paint ($12.59/qt.). A plethora of nails, screws, and bolts await purchase in the shop's bulk inventory, allowing buyers to select the exact size and quantity they need. Patrick's Hardware also hosts a full-service glass shop, which supplies mirrors, tabletops, insulated glass, and more for residential or commercial remodeling.
Bowling at Sparetimes is all about fun and convenience. Bumpers in each of the 32 lanes rise and fall with ease so that parents and children can share a lane, and an automatic scoring system keeps track of frames as pins clatter to the floor. The snack bar provides sustenance in the form of pizza and sandwiches, while the arcade offers a chance to stretch out fingers on both hands. Bowlers also take a break between games at the Winners Circle sports bar, where they can continue enjoy a game of pool or electronic darts. On the weekends, the lights go low during glow bowl, when music videos take over the two 10‘x12’ screens hanging above the lanes and black lights give white T-shirts a bluish gleam so that they can be used to direct approaching UFOs to the parking lot.
Chicken wings from Hooters, oxtail stew from Palm Tree Caribbean Restaurant, and fresh fruit smoothies are just a few of the treats that 855-801-TOGO’s drivers pick up from local restaurants and deliver to homes in Hampton and Newport News. Customers can order online or over the phone and can even request food from different restaurants within the same order.
After graduating from college, pals Lindsay Bennett and Victoria Mitchell decided to use their 20 years of combined experience in the hospitality and customer service industries toward helming their own cleaning company. Before barging in with mop in hand, the cleaners first meet with the client in their home to develop a customized plan and rapport. The affable duo then go into work mode, scheduling services that range from weekly cleanings to deep Spring scrub downs. Recognizing that many people feel uncomfortable with a crew of strangers or sentient vacuum cleaners milling about in their homes, Lindsay and Victoria a personally clean each abode themselves.