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Business ManagementMike Balsamo, Director of Operatio Robert E. Baker, Owner Mr. David Kraeling, President Ms. Kavita McCarthy, Director of Mkting Mr. Robert Pifke, VP Marketing Rachel Walschleger, Director of Sales
Commercial Products Wholesale & Distributor Cabinets Cabinet Organizers Carpet & Rug Dealers - New Countertops Countertop - Fabrication Floors - Hardwood Contractors - Flooring Floors - Laminate
Alternate Business NamesBuy Wholesale ProSource Wholesales Floorcoverings
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- (314) 506-0000(Phone)
- (636) 717-1177(Phone)
- (314) 493-9645 (Fax)
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Complaint: 6 month after installation carpet showed signs of wrinkling. Installer thought it needed to be re-stretched. We decided to wait until after the holidays to have it re-stretched. In March, 2013, installer inspected carpet and found it to be delaminating and did not need re-stretching but was completely falling apart in all four rooms and hallway
Desired Settlement: Complete replacement of all carpet
Business Response: We where sorry to hear Mr. ***** was having issues with his carpet. This carpet was made by Beaulieu Carpet mills. The carpet is warranted by the manufacturer, not the dealer. This carpet carried a one year warranty for manufacturers defects. The carpet was installed in Feb/March 2012. Mr ***** contacted ProSource on April 9th, 2014 to inform us of the issue he was having with his carpet. We immediately filed a claim on his behalf with the manufacturer. The manufacturer declined the claim on April 11, 2014, stating that the warranty for delamination expired over a year ago. We tried appealing the decision put the manufacturer would not double the warranty period for Mr. *****.
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Complaint: My wife and I are building a home for the first time. It is our dream home. We were in the Air Force for 29 years and moved around to serve our country. We designed and built this home and wanted everything to be right but in budget. Our builder uses ProSource for flooring. Our experience with ProSource was very poor and leaves a nauseous feeling in my stomach. This was the first time ever we have bought flooring and we were counting on ProSource, as a professional flooring company, to guide us and help us through the process. We selected our hardwood flooring based on a floor sample. We wanted a durable floor (oak or hickory) at an affordable price but color was the primary criterion. We found a 4.75" wide oak product from ********* that would work and we ordered/paid for the flooring that day. Never at any time in the entire experience were we asked to look at any flooring. The only thing we ever saw was the sample. Neither the builder nor the installer ever saw the flooring sample. The boxes of flooring that were delivered had no manufacturer or brand identification on them at all. There was no literature inside the boxes. I was out of town for business when the installation began early one week. When I returned home on Saturday I went to the house and immediately knew there was a problem with the flooring. We compared it to the sample and, not only was it 2-3 shades darker in color (the big problem) but it was a different width. The manufacturer had switched products and we were never informed at all. The ProSource reps say they weren't informed either. I immediately called a halt to flooring operations until this was resolved. Ultimately it was resolved but with a huge cost to us. The flooring was replaced but it took 6 weeks to get back on schedule we lost about $2400 out of pocket. I needed to return 6 unused boxes of the replacement flooring and they charged me $310 restocking and shipping about 40% of original cost. I have much more to share in additional details
Desired Settlement: I would like a full refund for all 6 boxes of unused flooring with no restocking fee or shipping charges. Never did ProSource own up to any responsibility in this whole experience. They pinned the error on the manufacturer and the manufacturer was primarily at fault. They changed the product but did not change the SKU number. A simple checklist would have prevented the whole problem but ProSource insists there process is good as is. No admission at all of responsibility. I am owed $796.86.
Business Response: We ordered in material for Mr. and Mrs ******. The color from the manufacturer has changed slightly from our samples. On our invoice to the ******* and per the manufactures installation instructions the customer is asked to check the color and quality prior to installation to make sure they are happy with the material. The manufacturer states that installation is acceptance. That being said we went to bat for the ******** and are fighting the manufacturer for credit for the material installed and the labor. I do not know if we will get credit, but we did credit the ******** We also let them upgrade to a more expensive hardwood at no additional charge. They also asked for 3 additional cartons of wood at no additional charge to do a closet which we provided. They had 6 cartons of wood left over that they wanted to return. This material needed to be shipped by common carrier back to the manufactures warehouse in Chicago. Plus the manufacturer charges a restocking charge. This information was provided to the ******* prior to the return. They brought the material back and a credit was issued to them on 8/26/15 for $474.87. We gave them credit for all the material returned even though we gave them 3 cartons of material at no charge. We try hard to do everything we can to make the customer happy. We are sorry about the delayed reply we believe the first emails went to the spam file. Thank You **** ******* XXX-XXX-XXXX