At four locations across Alabama, Phone Restore’s technologically savvy team keeps all manner of smartphones and tablets running smoothly. Customers can stop in with a variety of devices: iPhones; HTC, LG, and Motorola smartphones; or telegraphs implanted with tiny brains. Regardless of the machine, Phone Restore’s technicians can replace or repair an arsenal of parts, including speakers, power buttons, LCD screens, and touchscreens. The crew also services first-, second-, and third-generation iPads, as well as iPod touches. All repairs are performed onsite and typically take less than two hours. Phone Restore further puts customers at ease by confidently backing its work with a 90-day warranty.
When licensed Triple G Moving technicians arrive for residential, commercial, and corporate moves, they bring the proper equipment to ensure that furniture, electronics, and taxidermal chia pets arrive intactly to their new destinations. The movers transport items big and small, working in teams to facilitate local- and long-distance relocations. Clients can also diminish the burden of moves with the company's packing and labeling services.
Royal Fine Cleaners' garment revivers bring untidy outfits back to life with same-day, painstaking laundering services. Employing a sanitizing solvent rather than water, dry cleaning bestows cleanliness upon clothing items that are too delicate or lack the swimming skills needed for traditional wet cleaning. Ready shorts or capris ($6.27) for warmer climes, or dust off sport coats ($7.11) for formal meet-and-greets with visiting basketball dignitaries. Dresses ($12.81) enjoy spotless nights out, and band pants ($6) bask in the shipshape sway and increased tuba-twirling dexterity that dry cleaning imparts. Bring in sweaters ($7.73) and ties ($6.85) for a double-whammy sprucing up in time for casual Friday, or whisk blouses ($6.43) through Royal Fine Cleaners' drive-thru window for some crud-eliminating attention.
Since 1979, Criswell Furniture has supplied high-quality and custom furniture to discerning denizens of Alabama and the Florida panhandle. In-store shoppers can sample snuggles on items such as the stone and camel loveseat ($349.95), a sand-and-bone color combination more comforting than stepping on triceratops jaws at the beach. Fatigued footsies can kick back and relax on a chocolate-brown ottoman ($149.95), or rest on one of the 400T Three-Pack tables ($199.95 for the set), despite sparks of protest from the robot-maid. Browsers in need of help are invited to fill out a Perfect Furniture process application to filter through the shop's stock of home goods based on their available space, preferred color palate, and attachment to their siracha dispenser. Criswell's staffers use the survey results in conjunction with a virtual room planner to find ideal matches and send corresponding photos to clients through email or e-carrier pigeon.
What began as Anita Gibson's struggling, two-person family business has evolved into Advanced Weight Loss Clinics, an organization with 17 corporately owned clinics and 3 franchise locations spread throughout the southeastern United States. Each center's team of doctors and weight-loss specialists encourages clients to win a similarly daunting battle by creating personalized plans for success. The program incorporates vitamins, supplements, and appetite suppressants with a low-calorie, low-fat meal plan that discourages using soft-serve ice cream as toothpaste.