Very slow, and not customer-friendly.
I was actually late to work because they were slow, and I was the only customer there. The boy behind the counter has some learning to do, when it comes to customers. The manager -- it's probably too late for him.
I hope they improve this.
I am upset that Acme has closed. I have avoided Shop Rite for 15 years. The staff is not as nice as Acme's. The meat and deli dept at SR are awful. The prices -- everyone says SR is better, but I think you just have to know your prices. I hate Shop Rite Glassboro -- I feel like I'm walking in to some hoarder's basement -- there is junk and crap everywhere, from the time you walk in, until you walk out. I have not been grocery shopping much since Acme closed. I am seriously considering going to Mantua or Washington Twp. to go to Acme, rather than shopping here in town at Shop Rite.
I don't know why people like this store. I think they convince themselves that the prices are better. Debatable. The store is a junky mess, and the staff is not nice.
I miss Acme.
Awful. Linda -- what the f&$% do you do? You don't answer the phone. You don't return phone calls. You and Gary deny that you installed anything. You don't keep appointments. You don't listen to messages.
I have been very nice and polite, leaving message after message. You don't even respond.
Linda -- Secretary? Wife? Daughter? Will not answer the phone or return a phone call. Gary -- seems nice enough but if Linda doesn't do her part, he can't do his.
Our sprinkler system wasn't working. They installed it. They denied it, didn't fix it, and "winterized" it. Really? How do you winterize a broken system?
Go with another sprinkler system company. This outfit is soooooo unprofessional.
The people in the store were nice to deal with, and the selection was good. The installers, however, I think are awful.
I had laminate installed downstairs, carpet upstairs, and vinyl in the bath (different days).
The laminate guys left my house a MESS -- they did not clean up anything. There was sawdust everywhere. Once I vacuumed it up, I discovered that there was a flaw in the laminate planks, running the length of the hallway. Quality came in, and worked to have it replaced, and the installers again left it a mess.
To top it off, the quarter round trim they install keeps falling off -- both on the laminate floors and the vinyl. They use a nail gun, but it doesn't nail the quarter round into the wall -- just into the deadspace below it, so it's never attached to the wall. The pieces just fall out, and I discover them, with nails sticking out into nothing.
The installers, "M" and "S" -- I think they could do a good job, if they chose to. But they're in a hurry to get out. And they do NOT clean up their mess.
I'm looking for new countertops for my bath vanities, and I stopped in to check this place out. There was a decent selection there, and since I'm new to countertops, I was looking and trying to figure out what I would really want. In the meantime, the owner kept trying to get me to buy some countertops that someone in Long Island asked him to get rid of -- cheap price, pay cash. He didn't really care what *I* wanted -- everything was what HE wanted -- he needed to unload some (who knows what kind of ) countertops that came from God knows where.
Even though I found one or two that interested me, I won't go back because the owner just struck me as completely untrustworthy-- I didn't feel comfortable with how he was pushing me to buy what he wanted me to buy. What was he trying to sell me, and what if there was a problem with them?
Now, if you just want a whatever countertop for a couple hundred $ cash, go there. But, I'm going somewhere else, where the customer matters.
I bought tires a few years back -- 80,000 mile Yokohamas. Mistake -- didn't last 40k miles. And I went to NTB for rotations, alignments, etc. The last time I went, they told me I needed new tires, and quoted me a "sale" price that was outrageous. Then, I went to the shore, and my tire valve blew out (after they had rotated the day before). I called management, but got nowhere. I'm done with NTB -- they had a good loyal customer, but they blew it. I went elsewhere for tires and for repairs.
It's a shame, b/c I liked the people there. But in the end, I guess they don't like their customers back.
First, they are located in Glassboro, if that makes a difference.
I just had my AC/gas furnace replaced by Solace (Craig is the owner).
When giving the estimate, he explained everything very thoroughly, and days later, followed up with a phone call to see if I had questions. He was very receptive to my questions, and gave me references when I asked (all references were very positive).
Craig was able to schedule me within a week or so. Another company had a 3-week waiting time.
The job was finished in one day -- they worked 9-10 hours, and left the place spotlessly clean. Craig was there supervising and working the job, and his technicians were very good.
He followed up afterward with all of the rebate paperwork and permits. No problem.
I hope that I got a good system--it's only been 2 weeks. But, I have a 10 yr warranty on part/labor, so I should be carefree for a while!
I love Dr. Fanelle !!
She's the only one in the practice, so you always see only her. This can be a plus or minus, depending on what you want.
But, she really knows and cares about her patients.
If you want a big practice where you see different doctors each time, and they don't know you, then go elsewhere.
But, Carmella rocks!
I've been going to Pep Boys for years.
They have convenient hours, and I've never had a problem with a repair, so I recommend them.
Only one thing -- several years back, I needed new tires. They didn't have them in stock, and said they'd get them. I called several times to follow up, but they didn't get them, and didn't call me. I ended up at NTB Tires. I don't know why Pep Boys dropped the ball on this one, but I still recommend their repair service.
It's convenient too. If you're waiting for your car, it's right at the shopping centers, so you can wander for a bit. So I try to combine the errands I have when I have a repair.
I hadn't been to Pizza Hut in years, so I went with a friend.
We wanted the Pizza Mia on the menu. It was discontinued. They had a $10 pizza special so we ordered a hand-tossed pizza.
I was eating mine, and leaving tons of bread behind. We didn't realize that the waitress had ordered us a PAN pizza instead of hand tossed. We ended up not eating most of it.
Service could have been better by the waitress.
Glassboro has, what, 15 pizza places? I'd go elsewhere personally. They need to do better if they want to compete.