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09/30/2017
By: Rickyq G.
Westco Steel Systems
careful working with Kimbo and Valerie Godwin of Westco Steel. almost a year and a half, they have owed over $115,000 for floor joists, they will not answer or return calls and have made NO attempt to pay a single penny in 16 months. don't invest, don't extend credit, don't give them work
09/10/2017
By: Brissa C.
Mega Furniture
Me encantó entrar a mega furniture porque la gente es muy amable y dan mucha atención además tienen precios muy buenos y muebles muy bonitos de todos estilos. Muchas gracias lupita!!
06/12/2017
By: Alyssa O.
Ashley HomeStore
My husband and I went in just to look around at some couches and had the best service there is. Ricky and Rocco were extremely helpful and helped us with all of our needs. We ended up buying a new mattress that helped with our health needs and getting the living room set we wanted for free! I highly recommend this store as they are the best we have encountered. Very nice store, friendly staff, and good prices! Thank you Ricky and Rocco you made our home feel more like home!
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06/06/2017
By: Daneth O.
Ashley HomeStore
We had a wonderful experience with Eve, we were able to furnish our entire house in one visit thanks to her help and expertise.
03/28/2017
By: Sean M.
Ashley HomeStore
Great service, friendly staff. Will definitely be coming back. Got exactly what I need at great price.
02/18/2017
By: Will M.
Nick's Furniture
Amazing Customer Service, but the Prices are the Best part about this store. I Found an Ashley Bedroom Set from other stores but Nick's Furniture was able to get it for me at Half the price. Just the Best, Thank you Nick's Furniture
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02/11/2017
By: Sarah marie P.
V-Dub Furniture
Not impressed. There were several employees who had no interest in selling furniture. When asked what I was looking for I was not assisted, they merely pointed down the hall.
02/04/2017
By: Chuy D.
Ashley HomeStore
EXCELLENT SERVICE, VERY GOOD QUALITY, VERY GOOD SELECTION AND SERVICE, AND FULFILLED IN ALL THAT WE PROMISED AND THE DELIVERY WAS TIME AND VERY GOOD GUARANTEES ALSO
01/27/2017
By: Ethan V.
Mega Furniture
it was fun to shop from mega furniture the customer service also is very good, they have very reasonable prices and apart from that they still give discounts.
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01/27/2017
By: Miraz P.
Mega Furniture
great experience, there was a great variety to choose from also the salespersons were very nice and also the delivery was perfect.
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Outdoor plants should be watered every day in the summer, or whenever the temperature hovers more than 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Certain potted plants even need watering twice a day. In cooler seasons, watering frequency depends on how much rain the plants are getting. If they’re not getting 1 1/2-2 inches per week, make up the difference by watering them. Indoor plants should always be watered a few times a week, although the exact schedule depends on how much sunlight the plant gets, the type of plant, and the conditions in your house (e.g. air conditioning).
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