ProSource of Denver
730 S Jason St, Denver, CO 80223
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01/24/2012Provided by Citysearch -
I have been dealing with ProSource since 2003. I am registered for a corporate account, but I am not sure I really get a discount. I always price compare a lot before a purchase and have found them to be more than competitive. The only downside is you have to have your own installation. One of the installers they recommended was not very good. I would do more checking on that one. When making the long term purchase of carpet it pays to shop around in order to get the right price for the product that most suits you. You will likely find they are more than competive on brand name carpets.
10/23/2011Provided by Citysearch -
This flooring store is the best ! they have everything You need at the lowest prices!! customer service is awesome !! however they are not a Home Depot or Lowes... they want to build relationships with their customers and see them over and over. They relate best to wholesale customers not retail. I f you get lucky enough to be referred to them
take advantage of it !!
07/17/2010Provided by Citysearch -
ProSource Wholesale is a scam. They promote their own namebrand (Resista) of poor quality polyester carpet. They even have the nerve to price it at an average of $25/sq.yd. What a ripoff.
True story: By direction of my contractor, I setup an appointment with Alicia at ProSource on Jason St. I had to schedule it during my lunch hour, since their operating hours are M-F 8-5. I arrived on time, but still had to wait 12 minutes. When she finally introduced herself, she made me wait another six minutes while she finished up with another customer. After the long wait, Alicia pointed out all of their in-stock carpet to me. I asked about the warranty on one of their carpets and she waved her hand, shrugged her shoulder, shook her head, and said ummmm... and threw out a number of fifteen years. Give me a break. I then inquired if they carried SmartStrand brand and she claimed it was way overpriced and ProSource wasn't going to sell it anymore. Plus, she said there is a pending lawsuit between the public and SmartStrand. What a load of crock. There was one lawsuit three years ago and SmartStrand by Dupont prevailed.
I was patient though and polite. Giving ProSource the benefit of the doubt, I continued to shop their table of in-stock carpet selection. Of course, all polyester with the exception of one low-grade Stainmaster. Fine. I selected a neutral-color sample from the table and guess what? They were out-of-stock! Yes, the so-called in-stock item was NOT in-stock. Gee, what a surprise. She and another salesperson even put on a show for me by saying they sold the last of that carpet just yesterday. How timely, and yet the sample was still displayed on the ""in-stock"" table. Exactly what I expected from a bait and switch operation. And again, Alicia tried to talk me into buying one of their other polyester carpets. She even took it a step further by saying she might have something in the back/warehouse. She disappeared for seven minutes then came back with her mouth full of food and mumbled that they didn't have anything in a neutral color. I thanked her for her time and left.
My experience there was a big waste of my time. I'll stick to the reputable stores like Carpet Exchange, Home Depot, and Costco.