This place is huge. My mother loves shopping for furniture and drags me with her, so I've seen plenty of different stores. A few have the wide variety that Living Spaces has but are more expensive. Stores in Living Spaces' price range also exist, but they are much smaller so you'd most likely end up visiting more than two furniture stores to find what you want. Another good thing about Living Spaces is that their employees are very knowledgeable and polite. Their helpfulness and patience make shopping more pleasant.
All the walls here are covered with framed art and there are pages upon pages of paintings to look through, so you have a lot to choose from. They sell frames for your paintings, as well. The man running the store is also very helpful and patient so that's a plus.
I like this place because the workers are always really nice to me. I noticed that when other customers are also nice and want conversation, the employees are happy to work on them. The pricing is fair. But this place is like any other that is employed by older, non-American cultured women, so they provide just basic hair services.
The pricing here is about average, like other nail salons that have a similar location. (It's not in or around to a mall. It's next to pizza, clothing, cleaners stores and Vons on Cherry and Baseline.) It is always clean and looks nice when I go by, which makes me think they are serious about attracting customers and keeping them there.
When I first walked into this nail salon, I looked at the price list and thought, "Oh, they're a bit on the pricey side." I had gone around and found other salons that were slightly cheaper. But then I remembered that the other salons did a poor to just-okay job. I figured this place couldn't possibly mess my nails up that bad so I stayed. Well, they did a very good job with my set. I got what I paid for.
It is located to the left of Beer Hunter facing west, so it's kind of hard to see when just driving by.
This bowling alley is located in an area surrounded by fast-food restaurants, dine-in restaurants, liquor stores, clothing stores and other retail like Target and Big 5. It's in a good, clean environment and is a popular spot for both the young and old. It has normal bowling schedules, league hour and cosmic bowling.
This furniture store has a lot to offer. They have things for all rooms of your home, and their furniture does not look cheap. The only negative thing I can say about this store is that their prices are a little more on the expensive side.
I haven't had to call in for major services yet, but All Pro Plumbing did take care of a smaller problem I had several months ago. But small or not, the service they did provide was good.
My experience with Design Air was good. The employees that came by to fix my air conditioner were knowledgeable and very helpful. They also were hard at work, which made me confident in the quality of their services.
The man is nice and very helpful. He is also accessible. But I am not so impressed because he comes off as average. I don't feel a strong vibe coming from him.