Bathroom Remodeling in Lakewood


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  • Dry Cleaning Specialties
    Along with standard dry-cleaning services and wedding-gown preservation, the technicians at Dry Cleaning Specialties can even salvage garments damaged by fire, water, and smoke. After an inspection, the team cleans and deodorizes any clothing item, as well as rugs, bed linens, and shoes, returning them to pristine condition. Damaged stuffed animals are also eligible for repairs, should they suffer from the acquisition of too much love.
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    5151 W 137th St
    Brook Park, OH US
  • Bonelli Cement
    The 1950s brought the space race and rock ‘n’ roll to the United States, and it was during this time that Bonelli Cement was founded by Michael Bonelli and his son William. Though many things have changed throughout the past 60 years—including the sky's gradual change from blue to burnt sienna—Bonelli Cement still remains in the Bonelli family, with staff members using techniques passed down from generation to generation. Its abundance of services includes concrete pouring, masonry, and excavation. With each job, the Bonellis invite their clients to provide input and ask questions, giving them one-on-one attention.:m]]
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    4933 Schaaf Lane
    Brooklyn Heights, OH US
  • WeatherKing Heating and Air Conditioning
    The efficiency experts at WeatherKing Heating and Air Conditioning drag domestic climate systems into the digital age with high-tech gadgetry. WeatherKing's techs, armed with meticulous training and science, deploy to homes to help clients work out cost-effective, convenient ways to keep living spaces comfortable. Rather than outright replacing furnaces, air conditioners, or barbecue pits filled with old newspaper, techs take the time to run through options that might include introducing an existing furnace to a touchscreen thermostat that's synced with WiFi to monitor energy output. The staff also keeps homeowners breathing easy. Duct cleaning seeks out and eradicates mold and allergens stationed in vents, and heat-recovery ventilators purify musty in-home air, redirecting it back into the heating system and recycling up to 84% of otherwise wasted energy. The company’s motto—“We treat you the way we want our own family to be treated”—undergirds each of its services. To this end, dispatchers man phones 24 hours a day, at the ready to send out crews to replace furnaces, subdue burst pipes, or disperse the gang of mermen that have taken over the guest bathroom.
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    51 Meadow Lane Suite E
    Northfield, OH US
  • Fraley and Fox Construction
    We are a family owned residential remodeling business. We employ professional craftsman who care very much about the client and his/her satisfaction. We try to always exceed customer expectations.
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    133 Park Ave
    Amherst, OH US
  • Mark's Cleaning Service Inc.
    The stain-slaying staff at Mark’s Cleaning Service, with 27 years of carpet-cleaning prowess, extricates grime from fibers without leaving a sticky residue or overwetting shags. During the multistep process, a commercial-strength vacuum first removes dry soil and hidden car keys before a preconditioner loosens dirt and oils. A spot-clean ameliorates stubborn blots such as gum, wax, squid ink, and pet stains, and then a truck-mounted rinse system bathes carpets. Next, an Evolution wand breaks up encrusted crud with gentle agitation. The skilled carpet custodian then targets any lingering stains with a specialty spot cleaner and finishes by blowing carpets dry with a high-powered turbo dryer or by mouth.
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    325 S Elmwood Ave
    Medina, OH US
  • Universal Screen Arts
    Signals populates its website with a plethora of jewelry, clothing, home décor, and kids' items. Outfit bare walls with wall décor, such as flower art made from recycled iron and pressed metal ($34.95). Personalized items, such as an “I Heart” shirt or sweatshirt ($12.95–$41.95), can commemorate your love of freeze-dried ice cream, and a wooden box that emits laughter or applause when opened ($24.95) can show support for a one-person reenactment of an episode of Homicide: Life on the Street.
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    5581 Hudson Industrial Pkwy
    Hudson, OH US
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