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9 years ago
04/29/2012, 03:16 AM
Like the other review, I also have had trouble with bulbs being out. At first, I gave the benefit of the doubt and figured they weren t aware, so I let them know. However, it just kept happening. One time when I mentioned it to them, I was told, Yeah. We don t know unless someone tells us. . Ummm, don t you check your beds on a regular basis for outages? Shouldn t this be part of regular maintenance at a TANNING SALON? It isn t my responsibility as a customer to tell you when your bulbs are out.That said, this isn t my biggest issue with this tanning salon. I am COMPLETELY tired of going there to tan and its 100 degrees in there because they don t want to turn on the a/c and have the doors open on an 80+ degree day. Okay, so 100 degrees is an exaggeration, but look, I pay good money (it s not cheap) to go here and it would be very much appreciated if I wasn t sweating BEFORE I even turned on the bed. I understand wanting to save on electric bills, but come on folks, it s a tanning salon. The fact that electric bills might be high should have been a factor when making the decision to open in the first place. Perhaps the electric bills aren t the reason why the doors are always open. Maybe the girls that work there are cold. I don t know. But look people, it s a TANNING salon. It s a busy salon at that. With all those beds running, it GETS HOT! I have driven right by on so many days when I see the door open. It s frustrating. I have inquired at other salons because I am seriously considering switching even though I have been a customer for years. I am really on the verge.There are definitely times when the doors open are just fine temperature wise, though I just think it makes the place look cheap and low class with both the front and back doors open. These are just my own opinions and I would always recommend anyone use others opinions as food for thought and not the gospel. You should definitely make up your mind on your own.