Piccolo’s Florist and Gifts traces its lineage back to a small family shop that got its start in Omaha in 1952. Since then, the shop has blossomed across the city. As one of Nebraska's largest floral merchants, Piccolo’s Florist and Gifts helps customers ring in any number of events and occasions. Floral baskets and teddy bears celebrate a baby's arrival, and boutonnieres mark a growing boy's first awkward arms-length dance with the chaperone. Artful arrangements combine such buds as long-stemmed roses, sapphire-blue delphiniums, orchids, and seasonal blossoms into aesthetically pleasing treats and home decorations.
Billing itself as a ?janitorial superstore,? The Cleaning Mart stocks cleaning and household supplies in bulk quantities as well as sizes appropriate for the typical homeowner. Its vast selection ranges from push brooms to hand soap to cases of trash bags. Instead of rubbing lavender and pinecones on your walls and floors, you can easily get a room smelling nice with air fresheners.
At James Alan Carpet Cleaning, owner Mike Dannevik uses a detailed nine-step process to ensure carpet vibrancy. The company's insured technicians pair high-powered steam-cleaning technology with pre- and post-treatments to rid shag of deep-down grime. The company will also move furniture.
With Mixbook's photo-book services, you can instantly upload your treasured pictures and customize each with the easy-to-use Mixbook editor. Use the editor to crop photos, add text, and rotate any pictures, allowing you to convince friends you met Adam West while hanging upside-down in his master bedroom. Clients can then choose from several different types of printed books, such as the 8"x6" softcover pocket landscape ($11.99 for 20 pages) or the 14"x11" hardcover coffee-table book ($49.99 for 20 pages), ideal for stirring up jealousy in bookless coffee tables. Mixbook uses archival-quality silk paper to ensure that sentimental snapshots have a glossy look and feel. Capture the moment the bride said "I do" with a professional-quality wedding picture book, or encapsulate baby's first word—"mitochondria"—with a baby memory book.
Using top-flight blooms and plants imported from choice farms all across the world, the seasoned designers at Janousek's Florist have composed herbaceous floral treasures for nearly 100 years. Janousek offers numerous floral arrangements in a variety of sizes, with optional balloons, stuffed animals, or candy for spreading blossomy cheer on birthdays, anniversaries, and celebrations for opening a moist-towelette theme park. Heart-sleeved love-farmers can display their feelings to a significant other with a trio of red roses and a plush bear ($29.99), while friends and relatives can express mutual adoration with a fruit-and-chocolate basket stuffed with Ghirardelli chocolate, apples, kiwis, and other nourishing fruit ($39.99). Janousek's Florist’s hard-working, pedal-savvy staff strives to accommodate customers' specific delivery time requests, including making same-day deliveries.
The tigers, lions, and jaguars at Henry Doorly Zoo may not realize it, but the professionals at Lumbermen’s Hearth & Home expertly laid the brick walls that surround their cat complex. Constructing brick and stone exteriors for exotic animals is just one of the ambitious projects Lumbermen’s has tackled since 1932, when they opened their doors with the mission of serving local lumberyards. After eight decades of hard work, the fourth-generation family-owned operation gradually expanded the scope and size of their business, which now houses four sprawling showrooms. These spaces showcase myriad options for customizing their customers’ decks and outdoor landscapes, such as grills from brands including Napoleon, patio furniture, and fire pits. Lumbermen’s also makes interiors cozy, tricking out living rooms with fireplaces and stoves capable of burning fraudulent tax documents rolled into logs.