The licensed, bonded, and insured team of 4 Sons Restoration restores floors with a four-step process. First, the team pretreats with a nontoxic, eco-friendly cleanser to break up grime. Then it applies up to 3,000 PSI of water pressure to tough areas and follows that up with more than 200 degrees of heat. Lastly, cleaners vacuum to soak up all the soil and dirty water, leaving behind like-new floors. They can use this same process on both residential and commercial tile floors, and also extend their cleaning services to carpets, counter tops, decks, patios, and more.
With 22,000 square feet of indoor amusement-park entertainment, Birthday World gives children an exciting place to romp and roam. With the unlimited pass wristband, guests can spin and soar on such carnival rides as the flying banana ride, the indoor rollercoaster, carousel, and two-year rocket trip to Mars. Kids tumble and ricochet to their hearts content through giant inflatable play areas that include a colorful slide and a super-size bounce house. Mini golf offers a fun-size version of the world's least efficient way to plug a hole. On-staff mascot Bosko the Birthday Bear doles out signature hugs at birthday parties and has been known to make surprise appearances at open playtimes as well. Parents can take a break from the frenetic fun by sampling the offerings of the on-site restaurant, which serves chips, soda, and other treats.
Drawing on as many local and sustainable ingredients as they can find, Harmoni Market's chefs create Mediterranean-inspired lunch and dinner menus that take taste buds on an island tour of the wine-dark sea. At the sound of the city's unnerving dinner siren, preface your feast with a heaping plate of Mediterranean nachos, which swap the tortilla chips with crispy pita and buries them in red-pepper hummus, spicy tzatziki, Harmoni salsa, kalamata olives, and feta ($10). Market mussels swimming in white-wine garlic butter sauce ($12) will similarly prepare you to follow the meat rainbow to pots of diverse flavors, such as pan-seared scallops with roasted tomato couscous ($18) or flat-iron steak served with garlic mashed potatoes and a fig balsamic ($16.50). Lunchers, on the other hand, can forget the office's acidic coffee and nudity-filled PowerPoints over a caprese panini made with mozzarella, basil, and locally grown tomatoes ($8.50) or the salty and sweet Harmoni Signature, which loads figs, bacon, tomato, and blue cheese onto a fresh-baked flatbread ($9).
After John Gartner graduated from the University of Kansas with a bachelor's degree in microbiology, he was bound for the floor. As a professional floor cleaner, that is. Gartner uses his microbiology expertise to bust stains and grime with Major Floor Care, a more-than-40-year-old company. Before taking on a new client, Gartner comes over for a complimentary consultation, during which he checks out carpets to determine the right treatment plan and products. He then uses a special hot-water-extraction method gentle enough to use on all carpet types but strong enough to take on an open-mouthed bearskin rug. Gartner is certified by the IICRC, an institute that regulates and improves carpet-cleaning standards and provides educational materials so its members can stay up to date on the latest cleaning technology.
Priceless Cleaners harnesses two decades of laundering experience to revitalize weary wardrobes and provide top-notch customer service, which garnered attention from the Orlando Sentinel. Shirts ($2.89) sullied with stains transform from feral rags into textile masterpieces, and pants ($6.29) that conquer their mud-soaked seams will be so overcome with joy that they perform bodyless victory laps through a high-end belt store. Clients can also gussy up dresses ($10.59), two-piece suits ($11.69), and blouses ($6.39), ensuring that closets overflow with crisp, pristine garments that smell as fresh as an artesian spring filled with patchouli.