Laundry To Go escorts threads through gentle and professional cleansing sessions with pickup and delivery dry cleaning and a laundry service saturated with hypoallergenic detergents, bleaches, and softeners. The cleansing specialists launder each order separately in sterilized commercial washing machines, then fold each garment, linen, and uniform into a crane before returning it to customers' homes within two days ($2.50/lb.). Dry-cleaning services ($1.79+) restore and protect hydrophobic fibers with safe treatments. For those seeking to preserve treasured dresses, Laundry To Go treats and returns specialty items within four days so that customers can maintain wedding gowns to convince future generations that women didn't always wear unisex jumpsuits.
At 38 stations located throughout four states, MrSticker's technicians specialize exclusively in EPA-mandated auto services including emissions testing and safety inspections. Adhering to the Clean Air Act of 1970, they inspect and test cars, vans, SUVs, and pickups, assuring all vehicles are capable of safely treading the nation's network of roads safely without polluting or getting birds loopy with their fumes.
Auto Fix Unlimited’s four facilities staff ASE-certified technicians who offer oil changes, maintenance services, and repairs to keep cars running at peak performance. In addition, they also provide towing services and diagnostics, as well as state inspections. Loaner cars are available to customers if they need a ride while their cars are being serviced.
The Peveto family's name became synonymous with stopping power when John Peveto II opened his first Brake Check shop in 1968. More than 40 years and 40 shops later, the family still helps cars stop (and go) with brake-pad inspections, wheel alignments, battery replacements, and oil changes. With convenience in mind, each shop opens its work bays seven days a week, offers online appointments, and backs up several of their services with lifetime warranties that are then backed up by other even more muscular warranties.:m]]
When Southwest Houston Adventure Boot Camp’s owner and head trainer, Stacy Agee, chose her team of certified personal trainers, she knew she would need a deep bench. As a former college and semipro basketball player and a two-time MVP on the Houston Energy women’s football team, she understood the value in building a team with diverse skill sets that play to the strengths of the others. To that end, she recruited Kim, a veterinarian turned certified trainer and rehab specialist; Darrin, a father, marathon and triathlon runner, and boxing instructor; June, a yogi and tai chi practitioner; and TJ, a trainer with a love of plyometrics.
These coaches draw from specialized backgrounds in personal training, Pilates and yoga instruction, massage, and mixed martial arts to design a range of workouts that change constantly, much like every encyclopedia once time travel is invented. In each of their four-week outdoor fitness programs, comprised of 20 one-hour sessions scheduled for early morning, mid-morning, or evening, they train participants of all genders, ages, and fitness levels. They foster a noncompetitive, support group atmosphere with a personal training feel.