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    1.Playground Services Inc

    12145 SW 114th Pl


    13.42 mi

    Playground Services Inc. is a full service playground equipment company who prides itself on providing a complete line of products and services. We carry products for recreational, residential & comme

  • 2.Kumite Martial Arts

    4150 Peters Rd


    21.93 mi

    One Week of Kid's Adventure Camp for One Child


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By: Ale A.
Jungle Island
I have always been an animal lover, I have been to many sanctuaries where they rescue battered animals and give them a better life that is how they deserve it.Last Sunday I had the unfortunate opportunity to visit Jungle Island in Miami, FL, I was horrified to see the negligent way they have the animals in this place. To begin with, the space in which they have their different species is limited and in dark cages.They have two of the tigers in a small place with no grass, only dirt; Although nothing compared to the cement cage in which they have two other tigers next to one lion lonely and boring, all of them without any kind of entertainment or activity.Also, they have two beautiful orangutans in a cage with a weird shape, without much space. I was in that horrible place only 1/2 an hour, it was enough to spend the rest of the day sad. I do not understand how any association that protects the animals in Miami-Dade County has not intervened.I really hate that place and do not recommend it to anyone, it is not suitable for people who love and care about the welfare of animals.
By: Bo W.
Custom Pools
Custom Pools built my pool in July of 2013. GREAT COMPANY!! I am a very meticulous and detailed person and this company exceeded my expectations. They finished my job ahead of schedule and wer able to recreate the design I drew on paper. PLEASE BEWARE OF THE COMPANIES WITH SIMILAR NAMES!! This company has been around for over 40 years and has built more pools in south Florida than any other company. I almost made that mistake of calling the wrong company. They were awesome and more importantly they were able to deal with me!! (As I am a very hands on detailed person). My pool was completed in less than 5 weeks and I thank you Custom Pools on a job well done. Mrs. Bo Williams
By: chaval77bcn
Jungle Island
This place is extremely disturbing. Animals are showing clear signs of distress. Animals are not toys! Please do not visit!
Tips & Advices
The simplest cause for hot tub jets to stop working is when they’re twisted to the “closed” position and need to be twisted back open. If you’ve recently refilled your hot tub and the jets are not working, there could be an airlock in the plumbing lines--a more difficult issue to fix. Someone with understanding of electrical components should turn the power off and then let the air escape, or bleed, from the lines by loosening “bleed screws” on the end of the pump. Other reasons that jets may stop working include calcium buildup from hard water, and issues with the pump power.
The average lifespan of a hot tub is affected by how well it’s taken care of, as well as the quality of the product. When maintained properly, top-tier brands are expected to last 15-20 years. If neglected, even an expensive hot tub might only last 5 years.
Low water flow is by far the most common cause for a hot tub to overheat, and luckily it can be easily remedied by topping up (filling up the water level using a hose). Another reason a hot tub might overheat is that the spa filter is dirty.
Before you begin looking for a hot tub leak, turn the power off. After that, the first place to check is the pump--a leaky pump is common, and easy to recognize from the water pooling below. If this doesn’t show anything, examine the union fittings, which can often come loose and need to be tightened by hand. If this fails to find your leak, you will need to visually inspect all the valves and plumbing—especially the connections on the pipes.
The cost of maintaining a hot tub should be fairly manageable: about $500 annually in chemicals and filters, plus $30-$50 monthly for electricity. If you have to replace a hot tub cover, however, that could cost anywhere from $200-$400.

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