This guy really knows what he's talking about. He knew exactly where the stoppage was in a flash. The total was $337 because he had to remove the toilet. I thought it would be noisy, but his declogger is one of the newer brands that don't sound like lawn mowers. Harry's a friendly and funny guy who answered all of my questions in detail.
This is hands down the best auto body shop. Not only do they do excellent work, they are timely and very cheap. They even printed up estimates for me before I decided which shop to get my car fixed at. I did check with a dozen other body shops, all of which were $200 more expensive and would take an even longer time.
I don't think their gimmick of trying to sound like a swear word works. This place is as yuppie as can be. I found a lot of cute tops of muted colors, as usual. Their styles are so classic. I almost bought a $100 cardigan, but it hugged me in all the wrong places, so I opted for a $44 shirt instead. The woman who greeted me almost scared me with how she approached me at the speed of light.
Very cute outfits. I wish they sold clothes for women too. I guess they assumed that I wasn't going to purchase anything because no one asked me if I needed any help. Actually, the man behind the counter stood so still that I got a fright when I realized that he wasn't a mannequin. The prices are sky high here. I couldn't find a sweater for under $100.
I bought shoes here. A lot of high end brands such as Chanel and Gucci are imitated well. Even their fake suede feels real. Don't expect any discounts though. Since this place looks like a swap meet, I switched into bargain-mode and got my head chewed off by the cashier who boasted that people come in all the time buying ten pairs of shoes at once without batting an eye.
This man was so patient and gentle with my nails. Another nail technician came over to help remove the acrylics on my other hand. This is pretty much the only salon I trust to not damage my nail beds. There's plenty of parking too. This is probably the cheapest salon in town.
Their pants are defected, but their coats are cute. For those of you who like fake fur and leather, this is the place to go. I saw a jacket that looked exactly like one that I purchased from Nordstrom. It looks funny when I zip it up, but it is decent if you don't examine it too closely.
What is wrong with this man? I complained about one of my teeth aching, and he proceeded to do X-rays on every single one of my teeth. I never consented to that. I was shocked when a $250 bill came to my door. Even worse was how he wasn't even at his office when I came in for my next appointment.
I was surprised to find a handwritten letter in my mailbox welcoming me to the neighborhood. It introduced William's repair shop and an introductory offer for a $15 oil change. It was almost Thanksgiving when I called, but he told me that he could fit me in before the holidays. The oil change was quick. He also gave me a coupon for free coffee from the market next door.
I think this store should be called the Mac Losers. They kept my laptop for a month without calling me. I showed up and was kept waiting while the cashier flirted with the customer in front of me. I wasn't sure of the exact model of my laptop, which hefound highly amusing. I was charged $25 for them to hand me back my laptop as broken as before.