Bargain Depot has a nice selection of furniture if you're looking to save money. Is it worth a roadtrip? Not really. If you should purchase, please read your contract carefully and unwrap, flip, and check out your purchase before leaving the store and before having the guys they refer--deliver your furniture. I paid $200 for delivery of my furniture--only to find that it was damaged--the inserts were missing from a sofa and loveseat. The store blamed the delivery guy--but he would have had to cut the fabric on my furniture to know that these inserts were missing and the legs wouldn't screw on. So I'm stuck with a damaged living room set after spending $2500 + an additional $200 for delivery. Their answer? That I the customer pay an additional $200 delivery fee to return the furniture. Needless to say, I will not return to purchase the additional $700 worth of furniture I choose....I prefer to pay more for good customer service!
We looked at many stores before we found this one. I wanted the JUST RIGHT sofa. We came in for a sofa and left with the whole living room. We sat in MANY sofas before finding the ONE, (I am picky). Larry was very patient. Look for him. Everyone that has been to my house loves my sofas and don't want to get up. Thanks Larry
I visited Bargain Depot today and I must say they have a huge selection of nice furniture. I was impressed because the prices were quite low. However, I was disturbed by the fact that to reach half the merchandise you are forced to go up and down flights of stairs. Not just one or two stairs but several. I had my stroller with me and I had to have help lifting it up and down the stairs. If someone in a wheelchair wanted to shop there I'm afraid they would have to go through the indignity of someone carrying them. And after going up and down all these stairs the salesman showed me pieces that were clearly not what I had asked for. I was not impressed.
PROS: Low prices, nice inventory
CONS: Not handicap/stroller friendly