I was happy when I first moved in because the place was clean even though they placed a disabled person upstairs.
But after awhile I noticed that the appliances are all garbage. The dishwasher does not clean and the dryer does not dry. I moved in with the air conditioner not working and had to place a maintenence call. They had to order a part and it held up my moving in, even though I had already paid to do so.
The place is not worth it unless you are absolutely in need of the location. The parking lot is crowded and the spaces are too close together. Just pray that the gate doesn't fail in the night and refuse to let you in. My car was vandalized and the office claimed they could not give me any details on the amount of crime in the area. Told me to look it up myself. They also charged me $650.00 for deposit because my credit rating was about 630.
I recently switched from using Fresenious Peritoneal Dialysis supplies to Baxter and found that Baxter is by far superior. Their equipment is of a much finer quality and their system for doing home dialysis treatments is easier and probably more effective.
One big difference between switching to Baxter from Fresenious was the use of the microwave oven to heat your solution. It's much better to use a heating pad by placing it in a box or cooler container. The microwave is bad for the particles. Perhaps you are considering using a different Dialysis center. If so, find one that uses Baxter supplies. You will not regreat your decision to switch.
The individual that owns this company builds some very nice custom homes. We ended up renting a brand new house and really enjoyed it. The floor throughout the downstairs is wooden. It has a high ceiling and the square footage of a 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2 car garage is almost 2,500 square feet.
Their maintenence follow-ups are FAR below standards. The house is nice but it's not built properly. The appliances are too inferior to keep up with the large square footage of the house. Be prepared to suffer along with it.
This is a vitamin store located inside the Galleria Mall. It was recommended to me when I was looking for something called PROMOD which is a protein supplement for Peritoneal Dialysis patients. I went to several other stores and was unsuccessful. It turns out this store didn't have it either but they did have another form that was very close for less than 2 dollars a bottle. I gave it a try. It seems they have a heck of a lot of supplies for very cheap and they are always worth checking out.
This is a very popular mall located on Maryland Pkwy just south of Desert Inn. They have a very neat food court which is accessible at the rear of the building next to JC Penney. One thing I have found is that they do not have very many stores that carry sports jerseys. You really need to go to the Galleria Mall for that. I was quite surprised at their lack of quality sporting goods stores.
I use to work here several years ago. I was a pit worker and ran two stalls changing oil, lubing, and checking the rear differential oil. It only took about 10 minutes per vehicle and they had quite a number of regular customers. You really should change your oil every 3,000 miles as it will prolong the life of your car.
This is an armed security service. I understand they pay a little more than typical security due to the fact they are armed. The people that work there seem very serious and professional about what they do. It seems most of them take pride in what they do and it's good to know they are providing a secure environment for those that hire or contract them.
This is a security company that has a lot of turnover. They pay very little and their employees are known to call in sick quite frequently. They patrol quite a number of apartment complexes. If you are needing a job really bad and don't care what they pay is, this is a place that needs a lot of people. I understand they are very short staffed and are probably a tad desperate to get some quality workers. They are loacted at Patrick Lane and Sandhill.
I've taken several business classes here in computer training. I feel it's better than going to UNLV because the university teaches ancient computer stuff and the community college is more up to date with current business techniques and practices. Anything from the internet to computer programming, they teach some interesting classes. The only slight draw back is that for the most part they give you a book and expect you to do all the work instead of sitting in class teaching you from step one. They are there mostly to give you homework and answer any questions you might have. It's not like they take a lot of time explaining things. But it's still fun to attend classes there and of course there's always lots of girls to meet. Plus, it looks good on your resume.
I once drove 1,200 miles to see a game here. Although I live that far away, I attended two Thanksgiving day games in a row. I saw Kansas City and Washington in that order. I also attended a wild card playoff game when Dallas beat Minnesota 40-15.
Upon arriving I went outside the stadium where they had some tents set up where they sold beer and had a few games to play while waiting for the doors to open. You can meet a lot of other Cowboy fans and you will find that a lot of people that go to their games come from out of town. The local people in Dallas are a little flakey if you ask me. But they are America's team so people come from all over to see a game there.
It was a lot of fun and I really have absolutely nothing bad to say or to complain about. It was well worth the effort and I had a lot of fun. I even got to meet their mascot Cowboy, Crazy Ray.