|Category:||Home Improvement Store|
|Address:||505 W Broward Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312, USA|
|Working:||9AM–6PM 9AM–6PM 9AM–6PM 9AM–6PM 9AM–6PM 9AM–6PM Closed|
Totally over priced! Discontinued wall sconces $65 when I bought new & similar at Lowes for $19, what a rip off, drawer pulls $5, really? They are $2.79 at Home Depot, they are absolutely lost when it comes to prices. This week they had a USED dresser, SCRATCHED, NICKED & DINGED-UP, with the manufacturer specs taped to it, the piece was worth $1699 NEW & thats what they decided to price it at, HOW RIDICULOUS! They sell liquid nails and caulking at a dollar and I bought 6 bottles, they were all hardened unable to use and had expired 6 months ago. The only positive change I saw was that everything seemed more organized and departments were clearly separated, but other than that, they are lost in the sauce! They obviously need someone who knows how to price, you cant price what its worth new if its used and scratched, lets be real people!
This place has a lot of stuff, and I can see why. Most items are not priced to move. In fact, all the items that I was interested in were WAY over-priced. I cant imagine that anyone would buy a 11 year old PLASMA (not LCD) TV for $300. This might have been a bargain about 8 years ago, but today it is just insulting. Maybe there is a financial motive (taxes?) for keeping so much stagnant inventory on hand, but I get the feeling that they are not very interested in selling the stuff they have. I give the place points for being fairly organized and pretty well stocked, but the pricing scheme definitely needs work. It is unlikely that we will be back.
I drove from Miami to Habitat Re-store in Broward county, what a waste of time and gasoline. I was so upset, I would never come to this store in my life again. First of all, it smells like feet and, sweat it is so gross. Secondly, the items for sale are scratched, dented, old, used and very-overpriced. For instance, I was a vanity with various scratches on sale for 95.00 this is insane. For items that have been donated. Some of the items should not even be for sale, because they are so damaged. I ended up not buying anything at all, and going over to Loews Home Improvement for 20 dollars more I got a brand new vanity in a store that does not smell.
I have looked at bedroom furniture at this location in ft. lauderdale. the prices on most items is way to high for scratched and damaged furniture. they have a queen sized bedroom that I like. $ 899.00 plus tax and delivery. its an old style from the mid 80 s which I cant find anymore. one tower on each side of the bed , a bridge over the middle with lights plus dresser mirror , armoire . I have to buy a new mattress and box spring about $ 750.00 at a mattress store. so all together the cost on everything is about $ 2,000. Im thinking hey wait I can get new furniture about that much. so I didnt buy the set.
Broward office store prices are really high maybe 10 dollars different if you bought it new and the put out furniture for free or a low cost once a month to make room for more over priced items. How can they run a business were the furniture was 300 one week and 20 dollars next week which show they are taking advantage of people kindness. Plus, the manager of Jana and Kevin are rude to customers. The have a militant attitude as if they own the store and do not like to give help without an attitude attached to. I am not sure why more people dont complain about this store or the organization.
could not agree more their prices are terrible I have gone and supported Re stores around the US and these are the WORST any where. THe prices are the HIGHEST BY FAR>. What is the deal?? Chicago, Denver, Des Moines are soo much better. Coupons and specials the one in FT lauderdale Laughs at you when you ask if they would consider and offer.. Like REALLY. I have gone back over 90 days looking at a light it is still there but they will not take an offer?? Crazy RIght. The other stores all take offers.
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Are you kidding?? $375 for a broken, particle board dresser, $850 for a chipped dining room table, chairs sold separately. $40 a piece for an 8 piece set of cheesy poker themed wood signs?! Im not really sure who prices this stuff, but its literally the most out of hand Ive ever seen a PREOWNED furniture store be. With So many used furniture options, youd think they would price realistically. Ylure helping no one.
Love walking around this main store . Went to the "re store" annex with the building materials. The website says open until 6pm on saturdays. We walked in at 5:30 and were literally blocked at the door and shown a hand made sign taped to the back of the outside door that the "restore" closes at 5:30pm. They should update their website to reflect the real hours. Must not need to make the money in Las Olas .
Florida is a disappointing place when it comes to ReStores. The store provides very little parking, most of it is on the street next to the store. The store is split into two buildings: one for furniture and fixtures, the other for spare parts. Inventory is wildly different. Prices are not much different than traditional stores.
The prices on everything (used) is just as much as getting it all brand new at the local home store... unless you are looking for something old and unavailable at regular stores, its a waste of time. Quite disappointing, as I have shopped at this same store in other parts of the country, and found really sweet deals. Bummer.
Incredible experience. Went and was overwhelmed by the salvage items from homes, new windows and doors, tiles and more. Then went into the large area and immediately found 2 chandeliers that they had just received from Farreys lighting in Miami. They were $2000 and I got both for $572. This is a designers secret weapon!
Ridiculously, nonsensically overpriced. They need to slash the prices by an average of 2/3 to get the stuff moving. Relatively good organized with a relatively decent staff. They could at least clean the fridges before they put them on sale- yucky. Consider a waste of time, I do not think I will be back any time soon.
Overpriced and Rude, are the best way to describe this Habitat ReStore. How can they take something which they get for free and charge nearly, and sometimes more than the cost of the item new at Lowes or Home Depot. This is by far the worst Habitat for Humanity ReStore Ive been to. New management is needed ASAP!
the customer service is horrible. the employees act more like criminals doing community service; seems like they hate their jobs. some of the things they are selling are more than 10 years old, completely rusted and useless, and priced 3 times higher than the same items brand new cost!
I havee never seen an expensive free donated items second hand store. Dirty king size going for 600 dollars. Incredible. We understand they have to pay bills and pay workers but still very extra expensive and the service is very poor.
Very over priced.. Some items that are used are more expensive than buying new at Home Depot.. Some of the volunteers/staff are very rude.. Overall they do have some nice things (over priced) and the place is clean..