Clean & Green Cleaning Service's roving band of dirt demolishers launches crusades against household grime with earth-friendly products and methods. With up to three hours of cleaning, a hawkeyed maid scans surfaces for accumulating filth, dusting fixtures, vacuuming floors, and carefully polishing chrome busts of Darth Vader. A spritz of natural, nontoxic solutions gussies up kitchen sinks, appliances, and ovens while sanitizing showers and bathtubs. Thorough cobweb removal evicts spiders from the house, forcing them to seek part-time employment as spooky carnival-attraction actors.
Furniture Emporium stocks a wide variety of American-made home furnishings in a cozy 1801 structure on Route 44 in Canton. Visitors can browse furniture by Harden, Clayton Marcus, Four Seasons, and quality Amish wood furniture. The company's talented decorators also reupholster furniture and make custom slipcovers and window treatments.
Having worked on large-scale commercial projects and residential tasks for 20 years, David Button has expertly honed his craftsmanship and attention to detail. He and his contractors at SmallJobsDoneWell perform all types of domestic feats, from gutter-cleaning and power-washing to interior remodeling for kitchens, bathrooms, and flooring.
When filth threatens to make houses homely instead of homey, 5 Star Service's pet-friendly housecleaners intervene, gently escorting dirt and grime from the premises. With an arsenal of cleaning products and tools in hand, they move from room to room sweeping and mopping floors, dusting, emptying waste baskets, and performing an array of other cleaning services. They can even scrub down the inside of kitchen cabinets, refrigerators, and ovens.
A VideoView Production places video projects into the trusted hands of an experienced videographer and production guru. In his more than three decades in the industry, owner Ed Deet has built and operated TV studios, taught college video workshops, and produced several documentaries and video testimonials. He brings his expertise to bear in film transfer and video restoration services, placing home movies in more durable formats so that memories can last for the long haul.
State-licensed massage therapist (license #004958) A. Malaika Sharp cultivates relaxation and targets each client's unique issues with a focused menu of services. She can shoo everyday stress away through basic relaxation massages, but she’s as focused on function as she is on feeling good. An avid martial artist and cyclist, Sharp consults with all clients to understand the ways they use their bodies for work and recreation. That helps her pick out distinct patterns of motion and coax bad habits or stored tension out of muscles, whether she’s targeting chronic aches through deep-tissue techniques or helping athletes recover from strenuous duck-duck-goose training through sports massage. Or, for those suffering from headaches and migraines, she can incorporate trigger-point therapy. Sharp is also a member of the American Massage Therapy Association and is certified through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork.