Century 21 realtors is a great company. They are honest and it really feels as if they want to help the customer. It is a great place to talk to if you are in search of buying a home or finding a place for your business. They also include another group called Preferred Properties that specializes in rentals. The apartments that they rent out are clean and reasonably priced. They also offer an on-call repairman for certain apartments that can fix anything from a leaky faucet to a broken lock.
the realtors here are decent. they are only focused on making lots of money and squeezing every pennie out of their clients. its blatantly obvious. i guess all realtors are like that. also, almost all the realtors that work there drive expensive cars. i wonder where all their profits went.
There were so many choices it was hard to decide. However, after some research and reviews of what other's had to say, we had pretty much decided on this school. She has been accepted and will be going back in September. Tuition is extremely high, but worth it.
This is a nice place to get your landscape materials. They were very professional. They deliver which is a plus for those of us without a truck. Their prices were very comparable to other companys that my husband called. They have good hours during the week, but they are only open until noon on Saturday and not at all on Sunday.
We purchased a mesquite tree about 3 years ago, and it has been growing very well. I was very pleased with their delivery and digging service, and I think that the price was very good. My only complaint is that the salesman sold us a tree with a split trunk (i.e. there are 3 branches of the trunk, as opposed to the traditional one trunk), telling us that it would fare better and ultimately look better. Honestly, I think they dont sell as well, so he was trying to get rid of it, and unfortunately the tree has started to lean (one of the branches/trunks is pulling it down). I think if you have some tree knowledge, and you know what you want (and you can stand up to salesmen!) this is a decent place to shop.
The first time I went last year, an assistant manager helped my husband and I plan our landscaping! He helped me pick plants that would be hardy enough to withstand my not-so-green thumb and advised us on many different techniques on how to maintain and care for our plants and trees. We went back this year and got about 8 trees for our front lawn and the trees look great, even after the first frost! We've been very pleased with their service and their greenery.
They have an awesome shop, also, where you can get really cute little novelties for your garden or your home! They had Christmas trees on display earlier in August for very good prices!
Fresh Cuts provides good quality service for new landscaping and well as maintaining current landscaping. They have good ideas, or are willing to do the ideas you have already created. They also have the resources to do upkeep of current landscaping. Single homes, or entire communities can benefit from Fresh cuts.
They provide a good and decent landscaping service. they are pretty reliable and overall i cannot complain about their job. It is not of course the fancy landscaping but it doesn't have the cost of fancy landscaping either. I am not using them anymore because i moved to a smaller place but I got friends using them who are very happy.
I treated myself to a manicure, pedicure, and leg waxing session over at this salon. The manicure and pedicure were done after the waxing because, they explained, a lot of times women will flail about or jump a little as the wax strips are stripped off and will ruin their freshly done nails. I had a girl named Melissa do everything for me, she was really good and I gave her the big tip she deserved. My nails were perfectly shaped and gleaming. The waxing hurt a lot, but then again there was nothing she could do about the pain except to apply a soothing aloe treatment afterward.
There are many things I'd do for a smooth feet and perfectly polished nails, but risking some flesh-eating bacteria disease in a sweatshop like environment are not on the list.
. But you don't have to pay $40-50 like at other posh salons in the South Bay.
A basic pedi costs $25!
The polishes are all Essie and OPI and are all current, stylish colors like deep reds and sheer pink and beige.
Walk-ins are usually available M-F, but appt. necessary for the weekends