Home & Garden in North Branford


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  • The Metro Pooch
    The Metro Pooch leaves dogs smelling sweet and acting calm after a fun-filled day in their facilities. During day camp, upbeat tunes fill the air as dogs romp around in groups separated by size and temperament. Overnight guests enjoy a suite with radiant heat floors, lavender scented-linen, and soothing canine lullabies, while web-cams give out-of-town owners peace of mind. The Metro Pooch Spa also provides spa treatments that range from bright coats of nail pawlish to medicated baths that soothe itchy skin.
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    2344 Foxon Rd, Ste 17
    North Branford, CT US
  • BJ's Wholesale Club
    One of the East Coast's best-known Members-only wholesale retailers, BJ's serves more than six million Members in more than 200 Clubs as far west as Ohio. Within these sprawling locations, BJ's helps provide more selections to savvy shoppers looking to knock out most of their errands in a single stop. In the same visit, Members can stock up on economy-sized groceries?including USDA choice meats, farm-fresh produce, organics and naturals, and everyday essentials?grab name-brand electronics, and even plan a vacation through BJ's Travel. Each service makes up a single part of BJ's well-rounded retail experience, but simplifying shopping isn't BJ's only goal; in 2013 alone, the company donated more than $4 million to charitable organizations.
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    555 Universal Dr N
    North Haven, CT US
  • Framed
    Framed, which was named runner-up for Best Frame Shop in 2010 by readers of the New Haven Advocate, uses careful custom-framing techniques to produce well-balanced rectangles for all occasions. Overseen by 15-year framing veterans Liz Hellwig and Rocco Compitello, the staff at Framed meets with prospective project doers, ironing out the two-dimensional details for projects large and small. These canvas wranglers practice conservation framing, a technique that keeps pieces true to their original condition through the use of specialized glass and acid-free mat boards. Likewise, to ensure quality and a pleasant lack of presidential apparitions, all custom projects are constructed on-site, in the store's comprehensive workshop. Though framing rates vary from project to project, an average 18"x24" piece—including black wood frame, standard glass, and dry mounting—starts at approximately $66.
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    1224 Whitney Ave
    Hamden, CT US
  • Chef's Equipment Emporium
    For more than 40 years, the culinary experts at Kitchen Gadgets and Beyond have supplied supermarkets and restaurants with gourmet-quality ingredients, cookware, and equipment. They've even designed supermarkets and commercial kitchens. Eventually, members of the public took notice and, spatulas raised threateningly above their heads, demanded access to the 10,000-square-foot show rooms. Today, both professionals and avid home chefs browse the emporium, daydreams of pasta and baked goods dancing in their heads as they meander through rows of cutlery, bakeware, and small kitchen appliances.
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    920 S Colony Rd
    Wallingford, CT US
  • Close to Home
    The window dressers at Connecticut Shade and Blind have embellished bare panes with custom blinds, shades, and sumptuous draperies for more than a quarter century. Interior rooms exposed to overly enthusiastic sunbeams or binocular-bearing blue jays cover vulnerable windows with light filtering double-cell shades ($546 for a 36"x54" panel). The futuristic blinds are energy efficient, helping to defend against winter drafts and roasting summer suns. Wood blinds ($549 for a 36"x54" panel) or faux wood blinds ($413 for a 36"x54" panel) add texture and a touch of the outdoors to stylish interiors. A variety of fabrics in woven blends or ethereal sheers dress window interiors as curtains or human exteriors as stylish togas. Any accrued shipping costs are included in this Groupon.
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    196 Boston Post Rd
    Orange, CT US
  • Spector Furniture
    For more than 100 years, Spector Furniture has brightened drab, darkened homes with a vast collection of designer furnishings, accents, and lighting. Patrons peruse the showroom, lined with mirrors (up to $200), sofas ($899+), recliners ($500+), and other room-boosting units from frequently slept in, sat on, and hurdled over suppliers such as Stanley and La-Z-Boy. Attentive associates help find armoires and cabinets to fit your home’s distinct style, ranging from rustic cabins to modern dens. Orders within 20 miles receive free delivery, and all purchases come with free setup, so customers can avoid confusion trying to attach mislabeled legs to dangling chandeliers.
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    385 Main St
    Ansonia, CT US
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