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By: Tonya W.
A-One Cleaners
A One has been dry cleaning my clothes for years. They're service is VERY PROMT.
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By: Danny M.
Cuts By Us
Now I have to pay someone else to fix their mess up
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By: Michelle G.
Head Hunters Salon
Nicki did a great job with my cut and highlights, very inviting atmosphere, offer great coffee, and all kinds of tea to drink, very happy to find my new hair salon!!
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By: Anonymous A.
Head Hunters Salon
Amanda Richards does my hair so well that both of my children see her for regular visits. They both have autism and she is very kind and patient with them. She is a great person and she is someone you will want to keep for life.
By: Therese D.
Hair Genesis
I love the way that Patty makes me look beautiful. I have been a client of hers for 25 years!Thank you, Hair Genesis!!!
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By: Devinya M.
3D HAIR STUDIO by Devinya
The salon was very serene. Not noisy and the stylist made me feel right at hm. My hair was incredible and there was no long wait. I will frequent. Beth Edwards
By: Judy W.
Hair Genesis
I have had two haircuts by Francis since I moved here from Houston, and both of them were the best haircuts I have ever had in my entire life! The haircut(s) she gave me made my fine, thin hair look voluminous and very modern!!! I would never go to anyone or anyplace else, given the choice!!!!!
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By: Nicole S.
Cuts By Us
This has to be my worse haircut yet. I have short hair and I asked for a haircut below my ears, but instead they cut my hair above my ears. The hairdresser I had did not let me see my hair after it was done. Whenever the ladies are done they always at the end ask if you like it and gets a mirror to see the back, but this lady did not. I am truly disappointed. I've been coming here for a while and some haircuts I had previously were good but some were horrendous. Whenever you go there make sure you see how some of the haidressers do their haircuts and try to avoid the ones who can't do a decent job.
By: Lifes a B.
Corner Barber Shop
Been patrons of this shop for 4 years, the barbers are all aweome, especially Pop Jones, Leroy, kales & Kurt! All do awesome cuts and designs, friendly & professional. Good atmosphere. Thanks guys! G&D
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By: Pamela joy A.
Mr Eddies 2 Barber Shop
$12 barber cuts include wash neck shave hot towel and neck massage.....the girls are professional and personable!!!got to check it out
Tips & Advices
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The vehicle is raised and the old wheels are removed, then the old tires are removed from the wheels. The lug nuts, wheels, and valve stems are inspected and replaced as needed. The new tires are mounted and sealed, then inflated and balanced. The wheels are then replaced on the car. The average installation takes approximately 45 minutes.
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