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  • A
    Move for Less LLC
    As with the two previous moves performed by Move for Less this again was flawless. They were able to accommodate our request on short notice, arrived within minutes of the agreed upon time and had everything loaded and moving within 30 minutes.
    - Sheryl K.
  • A
    Noon Sharpening
    Mr. Noon was pleasant, explained how long it would take and had made arrangements for me to pick my things up if he was no longer at Heinen's when I came back. (He was on site @ a grocery store, I did not go to his shop.)
    - KEITH M.
  • A
    Sal's Heating & Cooling
    Started with a problem in the estimate, but after a few phone calls it got resolved. The servicemen were excellent. Very professional and knowledge, removed the old unit and cleaned up all debris. Two day install of new unit but they made sure we had heat through it all. They always kept us informed throughout the entire install and upon completion reviewed their work and made sure we knew the operation and warranty. Cleaned up everything so you never knew they were there. Extremely friendly and knowledgeable; very professional.
    - Dan W.
  • A
    Noon Sharpening
    I first learned of this service from visiting my local Heinen's.  Kevin had his sharpening wheel set up in the store.  He sharpened my pocket knife for free and we had a nice conversation with him.  I looked up his schedule thru the Heinen's website to see which store he would be at next.  I eventually took just about all my kitchen knives to him to sharpen the next time he was at my local Heinen's.  I dropped them off and came back later to pick them up.  I was so happy with how great my knives performed I took some brand new knives that were dull and a pair of scissors to have him sharpen.  I just can't tell you how I love my knives now!  It makes cooking much easier.  I no longer have a favorite knife.  They are all my favorite and I can't wait to use them now that they are sharp.  I was thinking of getting rid of some because I thought they were just too cheap, but in reality they just weren't sharp! I highly recommend investing a little bit of time and money to have your kitchen knives sharpened. 

    - Donna J.
  • F
    We accidentally pulled the cable connection from the back of the TV too hard which pulled the fixed jack right out of the socket.  The TV had to be taken apart to repair.  Since it was only about a year old we took it to Broadview House of Color. They said they could fix it but it would be expensive.  It was approx. $100 to have it repaired.  We went ahead with it thinking they would secure the jack permanently.  We brought it home after a couple of weeks and very carefully hooked up the cable.  We didn't move it since January and I made sure to clean around it so as not to disturb the connection. I noticed a small speck of white paint on the cord and started to VERY lightly scratch it with my nail. No pulling or tugging on the cord. The cord fell away from the TV along with the jack right out of the hole.  We called the repair shop telling them what happen and explaining that it has only been 6 months since the initial repair.  We were told their work was not guaranteed and they would have to charge us again.  For this cable to just drop out of the back the way it did tells me they barely secured it as all.  I would not use them for any repairs at all.  Very poor quality and customer service.
    - Danica K.
  • A
    Marty came and evaluated my clock.  He said it appeared that there was no real problem with it and that it just needed a good cleaning.  He took it with him and told me he would return it in a week or so.  He came back with it in great working order!  It has been 5 months now that the clock is working great!  Prior to Marty, every service person we had over to fix the clock was able to get it to work for a couple of weeks or months. 
    Marty was professional, punctual and very nice.  I am grateful for his skill and ability to fix my clock.
    - Karren W.
  • A
    My daughter has been a student at Center Stage for 5 years.
    Her technical skill level continues to increase with each class.
    I appreciate the time spent with my daughter as well as her experience on the competitive dance team!
    - Suzanne T.
  • C
    Cleveland Clinic General Internal Medicine

    my internist had routine blood work done and found that my psa score doubled from my previous years.  in the past, my psa score registered about 1.5 to 1.7.  this time, it was 3.0.  I suspect their protocol caused this to raise a red flag.  I was retested with a more precise psa test and my score came back at 3.4.  this caused pandemonium.  the clinic sent me a letter asking me to make an appointment with one of their urologists.  mychart/Cleveland clinic sent information about prostrate cancer and asked me to see a urologist.  it seemed that whomever reviewed my medical information, whether it was my dermatologist, internist, a nurse or whomever they all made it clear that I must see a neurologist to follow up.  so I did.  why shouldn't I, everyone kept telling me to do  it.  ok so I make the appointment and now, I began to fear the worst.  I  see a urologist and the intake nurse tells me the doctor is probably going to want to buy a prostrate biopsy.  my fears begin to set in deeper.  (note: the Cleveland clinic had just made local news agencies aware that due to budget restraints, they were going to have to lay off 3000 employees.)  (note: I had awesome medical coverage through county government.)  so the doctor comes in and reviews the data and recommends a get a prostrate biopsy.  he says that because the numbers doubled from previous years, it would be prudent.  he said it probably wasn't cancer but if it was and we caught it early, I could live a normal life.  fine!  at this point I am convinced that I need this procedure.  the operation was brutal.  this is one procedure you don't want to go through. i will spare you the details but needless to say, I am still not right to this day.  almost, one year later.  ok now, between the operation and my 6 month recommended follow up by the neurologist, i lose my health insurance.  (note: i had been with the Cleveland clinic for over 20 years.  most of the time, i felt like a respected number with insurance. don't ever expect to be able to reach your doctor directly, no matter what.  you will have to make an appointment.  they have now implemented through mychart, an ability to send your doctor a email.  this  hospital loves to manage the care of highly insured clients.  they will forget you ever existed when you lose you health insurance.  after i lost mine, i had mentioned to some of the physicians that my insurance was ending due to layoff very soon.  now one ever recommended any type of services that help the uninsured and no one ever reached out to me even thought my insured status was well known.  i know it was well known because just before my follow up visit with my urologist, i was asked to produce my insurance coverage in order to see him.  this sounded exactly how i expected the clinic to act.  no insurance, don't waste our time!  nice protocol for a billion dollar nonprofit hospital paying no taxes to the city of cleveland, ohio.  well, at least all the physicians can buy second homes and go on lavish vacations.  my urologist headed off to the Bahamas the same day after he performed my surgery.  he wasn't worried about seeing me for my follow up.  why should he be, i didn't have insurance.  he never called.  so after talking with people who had the same surgery as i did, i come to find out that their psa were up in the 5's and 6 and 7ens.  mine was only 3.4.  however, there were no layoff notices happening when the others suffered through the same surgery as me.  in short, i will be going to metro health or university hospitals in the future.  good by Cleveland clinic, thanks for looking out for me!  p.s.  my biopsy samples came back negative!  thank you god!

    - James C.
  • A
    Following a visit to my Oncologist, I was to have various precautionary scans done. Dr.s office faxed order for tests to Parma Hospital. Hospital's scheduling office promptly phoned me at home to schedule the scans, some in the Medical Arts IV Outpatient testing facility, some in the main hospital building.  Tests included some blood work, a left side mammogram, chest and abdomen CT scans, a bone scan, and a bone density scan.   Scheduling office and staffers did a good job of explaining things to me.  All tests were performed in a timely fashion, as scheduled.  Hospital submiitted all paperwork to the insurance company for me.
    - DALE K.
  • A
    Marty was extremely professional.  He removed the clock's interior and took it to his shop.  He returned with it one week later, and it is now running perfectly.  Worn out parts were replaced and the interior parts were thoroughly cleaned.  He even repaired a scratch on the frame of the clock, something which I didn't expect.  He indicated that if the clock failed to run perfectly that he should be contacted immediately.  A one year warranty for his work was provided.
    - Gregory J.
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