Like fancy suits, sofa sets are sewn from the same cut of fabric. These matching sets provide a well-rounded look in living rooms, but near misses tend to clash due to their small differences. At 20 show rooms throughout the western US, Mor Furniture for Less arranges complete-room sets so customers can envision the collections in their own homes. Furniture for living rooms, dining rooms, and children's rooms can be found in each store along with individual lamps, tables, and entertainment centers. The stores also carry complete sets of beds, dressers, and nightstands so that homeowners don’t receive criticism from design bloggers in their dreams.
Emory Plumbing's licensed technicians repair and refresh residential waterworks as they carry on a 67-year tradition of prompt, reliable service. During a 60-minute session, wrench-wielders can diagnose and doctor a variety of problems such as leaky faucets, faulty toilets, and gossipy water coolers. With a fixed-up filtration system, homeowners can enjoy pure, unsullied water, ideal for laundering Princess Leia costumes.
Solaire Energy Systems can cover shingles with enough sunshine slurpers to supply electricity to homes and greatly reduce electricity bills and questions about what to do with surplus sunlight. Though prices for different systems will vary, Solaire Energy Systems has solar electric systems priced as low as $11,400 after all applicable government incentives.
With retail locations in more than 50 countries around the world, BoConcept crafts unique and modern Danish furnishings that can be customized to suit one's home. BoConcept's stylish staff embraces a holistic-design approach and offers interior-design services to pair customers with ideal accent pieces of modular floor-art. Host games of Connect Four around a walnut-and-chrome coffee table ($449) or accessorize offices with a pearly white-lacquer table desk ($579). Through its modular design structure, many design elements can be customized to tailor the color, height, handles, and shelving to the client’s preferences. Peruse BoConcept’s menagerie of modular offerings and stock up on sleek and slender floor lamps or other reading prerequisites like armchairs, bookcases, and espresso cups that can fuel hours of late-night studying or mornings spent copying the encyclopedia word for word.
Jack George knows firsthand that it's rare to find a cleaner who'll scrub rarely touched areas, such as the inside corners of the microwave or the tile behind the toilet. His business, Never Clean Again, was born from such a search for his own home. His cleaning crews craft a personalized checklist for each client, then set to work with their own tools and nontoxic cleaners. They wipe down surfaces with microfiber cloths and mop every floor twice. The licensed, bonded, and insured cleaners always back up their work—not with messages scrawled on the bathroom mirror in invisible ink but with a satisfaction guarantee. The community-minded company also believes in giving back; through Cleaning for a Reason, it supports women undergoing treatment for cancer by cleaning their homes free of charge.
Every garment that comes into The Cleaners Club goes through a six-step cleaning process the starts with an inspection and ends with custom packaging. The employees behind the process all have a minimum of five years of dry-cleaning experience and underwent a two-month training program before being hired. This dedication to quality service and educated staff has been The Cleaners Club mantra since the company's inception in 1985, and it's helped them develop long-standing partnerships with corporations including Ralphs and Vons. Both locations use nontoxic hydrocarbon solvents designed to cleanse garments and upholstery without perchloroethylene—an environmentally unfriendly chemical used by many dry cleaners and Mother Nature's rebellious nephew.