We called them on a weekend for a dryer repair and the repairman was sent out immediately, repaired our dryer quickly and the price was very fair. Definitely recommend.
We contacted them with a problem we were having with our air conditioning. They did a good job, but were a bit slow to perform the repairs and their follow up wasn't great. But the quality of work was good.
I loved the variety of dog items that this little store packs in. They have some very funny parrots there too that whistle and talk to you as you shop. They pretty much have everything you'd need for a new puppy or dog.
We used this place once when we had to go out of town unexpectedly (we usually prefer friends that the dogs know). The place was very clean and neat and I think they make the best of a kennel situation.
This is a cute little store that carries a variety of leashes, harnesses, dog toys and treats, and pet food. When we got our most recent dog, we went here to get the supplies we needed. Check it out if you get a new puppy!
Carey does a great job with his students from preparing them for cold reads, monologues, scene study, to showcasing. He has some great contacts in the industry too!
DJ is a great lady and a very good acting coach. She takes a personal interest in all of her students, and gives them the opportunity to perform through productions and workshops.
This store is kind of a hole in the wall, but they carry a lot of things for the size of the store. They do have a good selection of hay and grain and their prices are pretty reasonable.
I've turned to Stateline Tack many times for my horse needs. From feed to saddles to breeches, they have it all. Their prices are very reasonable and the staff is usually pretty helpful.
While this facility could probably be very nice, the lack of a consistent, on-site manager makes it very problematic. Nothing gets fixed properly, the water supply is very off and on in the summer, and the footing is really bad. If you want a place where you can fully care for your own horse and do what you want, fine, but if you expect someone to be watching out for your horse's welfare, not so much.