We replaced all of our leaking double paned windows in our Aurora home plus our sliding glass door about 3 years ago.
They are wonderful windows, and the company was great to work with!
We had to have them back to fix one window that was broken, and oe screen, due to storms, and with the lifetime guarantee, there was no charge, service was on time and the windows still look gorgeous!
People still marvel at how smoothly our slider moves, and
I couldn't be happier with K&H!
I recently took my new cat to this clinic as my old vet is clear across town. It is a storefront business, not what I expected, but the staff and the doctor were very nice, and very caring!
I had "Twilight" neutered, and they gave me very good instructions as well as bringing him out fully recovered! I have had cats returned to me completely groggy before. He was happy and recovered nicely, and everyone I saw at this clinic seemed very happy with this vet!
They also rescue and re-home lots of kitties!
We took our pets to Buckley Square for years, but with our elderly cat, Cocoa, I finally realized that although she was blind, and mostly deaf and her kidneys were failing, they weren't encouraging me to euthanize as she was "the oldest cat in our practice!". It took me a year of her kidney failure to realize that she was in a lot of pain. I practically had to carry her to the cat box, as she had trouble "finding" it. We had her for 23 years, and our kids grew up with her, but I realized that the staff and Dr. Lasson weren't going to give me a straight answer. Is it that some vets just hate to give up?
My philosophy now is quality over quantity. If the animal is in a lot of pain, I will NOT keep them alve. The other mistake was giving an IV to a cat every day who was in kidney failure. I will forever feel guilty for that.