Bottom line: Harrison Bros. saved me $500 already. And guess what? I'm going back for more. Here's an example.When my daughters told me they planned to throw away our old family tent, I asked them to give it to me instead. I put it in the garage knowing that the zipper to the door of the tent was ruined. (No zipper = lots of mosquitoes). Months later, they announced they were going on a camping trip. I knew they were on a budget so I offered to get them a tent. I told them I'd drop the old one off at Harrison (because they'd fixed other stuff for me) but that if he couldn't fix it, I'd buy them a new tent. Just for laughs, google "4 person tent" and see how much they cost. So, anyway, since I didn't have $400 for a new tent, I knew I was in trouble if Harrison couldn't repair the zipper. He looked at it and told me he'd have it ready in a week. I think he might have charged me $25. I am so grateful! Harrison saved me money yes, but they also saved my memories.