"This year we decided to buy a house via an FHA 203k loan. Due to the process, AddMore had to revise quotes seven times and visit the property more than fourteen. The owner, Bill, was willing to meet us often to sign agreements required by the bank. It was evident that anyone willing to go to these lengths for potential clients – without earning a penny first - would certainly outperform their competition. Bill was onsite from day one. His talent in the trade is excellent and knowledge of code, safety and aesthetics impressive. The project of remodeling our home is not nearly the largest Add More has managed. However, it’s not the smallest by either. Here’s what every homeowner needs to know: we have had no surprise upcharges. No costs that Mr. Peterson didn’t warn us about ahead of time. I typically don’t write reviews until the process done, but our experience with Bill and Add More has been a rewarding one. You can see more of my review on AddMore’s facebook page."
" Second Chance Animal Shelter both in E. Brookfield and N. Brookfield are definitely the very best place to go to, whether you are looking for a pet to adopt or surrender; 0r simply low cost health check-ups, neutering,spaying. vaccinations, etc. and so very, very much more! I've been following their status and excellent service and compassion towards animals now for at least 4 yrs.. Even adopted older cats from them which are awesome and pretty soon I'll be going back to adopt a dog! I love animals so I really appreciate all of the people involved with their care, not to mention a whole lot of volunteers and the people that foster in their own homes! Second Chance Animal Shelter is the BEST!"
"They are very friendly and clean. I see them wash, scrub and disinfect the pedi tubs after every use. I would recommend Nina, her manis and pedis seem to last a bit longer than the others but I have..."
"This year we decided to buy a house via an FHA 203k loan. Due to the process, AddMore had to revise quotes seven times and visit the property more than fourteen. The owner, Bill, was willing to meet..."