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  • 1.Kirby Co

    1050 S Fort Hood St

    Killeen,TX

    1.15 mi

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    Nothing is posted on the door so had to do a Google search for number and hours. Said it opened at 1030 am but 15 min later I'm still waiting for the doors to open!

  • 2.Kirby Company of Temple

    1720 W Avenue M

    Temple,TX

    20.66 miServices

  • 3.georgetown Kirby Company

    107 Halmar Cv

    Georgetown,TX

    30.03 mi

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03/04/2016
By: sonja.hibbler
Kirby Co
Nothing is posted on the door so had to do a Google search for number and hours. Said it opened at 1030 am but 15 min later I'm still waiting for the doors to open!
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12/13/2012
By: leighannww
Solomon Appliance & Furniture
Customer service great, bought used washer and dryer set 2 years ago and still works like the day we bought it. They delivered and helped us out with price. Will definitely be going back!
07/14/2012
By: hightravis
Killeen's Lawnmower & Vacuum Repair
Do not use it.We called Killeen's Lawnmower & Vacuum Repair to repair and tuneup a riding lawn mower. After 2 weeks, they called to let us know the mower was fixed.We were charged $413.71. Over $250 of the charges were for labor.Repairs stated done were2 brand new belts (there are only two belts)blade repairtire plug for a flattune up etc.On my first ride (flat ground) the mower lasted 1/2 hour before one of the pulleys for the belt came lose and caused the blades to quit turning. As it was getting dark I had to wait until this morning, Saturday, to begin working on it.Turns out a bolt had come loose on the pulley and this had caused the belt to loose grip with the pulley. I guess making sure bolts are secured is an issue with his company. As I am not a mechanic, it took me awhile to get that belt back on.Finally I get the belt back on. I don't even make on pass on the mower, from here to the barn which isn't even 100 yards, and I hear the blades stop turning. I immediately think "man, my repair didn't work". I drive back to the house, get off, look down and guess what. The other belt had come off. Not only had the other belt come off but the other belt was weathered, stripped, frayed, loose, rotted, splitting etc. Turns out it is the same belt that was on it before it went out.But again, I was charged for two belts. I have the receipt for this. I have pictures of the belt. So, now the mower sits, I cant mow, I go out of town Monday AM for 16 days and needed to get my property cared for before leaving town. I am unable to do that after paying $413.71. to these people who lied, stole, and cheated me when they had be pay for two belts and only replaced one, when they didn't secure the bolt on the pulley, and the plugs I was charged for the tire - I look out my door now and that tire is flatter than Kansas.Do not use this company. Do not do it.
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