Under the same ownership and management, The Elements Dry Cleaner and Alteration and TS Drycleaner and Alteration spiff and tailor textiles. Staffers wield solvents to properly clean shirts in brands from Express to Armani, cleansing them of awkward mustard stains before important meetings with the National Ketchup Association. Tailors chalk suits and trousers for alterations, their fingers a silvery flurry of pins. The team also performs an array of services ranging from simple fluff-and-fold jobs to treatment of delicate cashmere weavings.
First Class Dry Cleaners? staff takes a green approach, first by lifting stains and odors with an eco-friendly cleaning solution and state-of-the-art machinery, and then by packaging garments in a biodegradable poly-roll and hanging them on recyclable hangers. They continue minding Mother Nature when wet cleaning items, as well as when cleaning rugs and carpets or cleaning and conditioning leather and suede. Beyond cleaning, First Class?s team also offers alterations and repairs, from hemming pants to hammering new links into chain mail. They also stress custom convenience by offering 24/7 drop-off service, and to earn customers? long-term trust, their team offer 100% satisfaction guaranteed, credits for friend referrals, guaranteed price match within the Davisville area, and reward points of 1 per cent for every dollar spent.
Pack and Store, Toronto Portable Storage Units, provides mobile storage for Toronto and the GTA. We deliver portable storage pods and store them in a secure Toronto storage facility. We offer the next generation of self storage to moving and MINI storage users in Toronto and the GTA.
All Canadian Self-Storage offers its clients the convenience of self-storage, giving outgrown clothes, holiday decorations, and top-secret dossiers on alien landings a new home away from home. Storage-unit sizes vary by location—the Toronto Centre location, for instance, boasts units up to 800 square feet, and Brantford's options top out at 600 square feet. Prices per unit also vary by location, but the average cost of a 5’ by 10’ unit is around $103 (unheated) or $110 (heated) per month. And though the Toronto Centre location is the only All Canadian Self-Storage facility to offer drive-thru services allowing customers to navigate their vehicles directly into the building, all the All Canadian Self-Storage facilities boast seven-day access, full security features, and a gremlin-free environment.
A visit to Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market, a popular haunt for elite chefs and amateur foodies that was named No. 1 on the list of the world’s top 10 markets by National Geographic, typically requires leaving your house. However, online grocer Fooddel launched the gourmet market into cyberspace when it started up two years ago; the site offers free deliveries throughout Toronto, guaranteed fresh by multitemperature refrigeration and a 100 per cent satisfaction guarantee. The site unites more than 28 marketplace merchants in its easily navigable store, such as Di Liso’s Fine Meats, Carousel Bakery, Harbourfront Organics, and Seafront Fish Market. After composing orders of organic produce, locally made artisanal cheeses, and charcuterie meats, customers can check out at one central register rather than by giving each merchant a scrap of a $20 bill.