Halls Maryville Salvage

★★★☆☆
35.7309 -84.0094
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865-982-3781

560 Foothills Plz

Maryville, TN

37801

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  • Salvage & Surplus Goods

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We have shopped at Hall's Salvage many times. We've bought their engineered hardwood and laminate flooring at least 10 times. They are very helpful and you can't beat their prices. We've also purchased cabinets from them. $800 for a smaller kitchen, would've cost us $1500 at Home Depot!

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We have shopped at Hall's Salvage many times. We've bought their engineered hardwood and laminate flooring at least 10 times. They are very helpful and you can't beat their prices. We've also purchased cabinets from them. $800 for a smaller kitchen, would've cost us $1500 at Home Depot!

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I learned the hard way that it doesn't pay to trust this company. I bought two bath vanities there. I thought I could trust that prices were lower there, so I didn't really do any price comparisons. I also didn't look closely enough. They are discolored and they look old. I was still ok with that, because I thought buying from a salvage company had at least saved me some money. Then I found the same thing, only nice and clean and new, at Home Depot for $20 each less money than I paid at Halls! I paid $40 more for lesser quality. I called and talked to an assistant manager, and he pretty much just told me I had my chance to look at them and consider the price before I bought them. I emailed David Hall twice about it and got no response. Apparently they just don't really care if I'm happy with my purchase or not. Next time, I'll stick with Home Depot or Lowes.

PROS: none
CONS: no service after the sale

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I learned the hard way that it doesn't pay to trust this company. I bought two bath vanities there. I thought I could trust that prices were lower there, so I didn't really do any price comparisons. I also didn't look closely enough. They are discolored and they look old. I was still ok with that, because I thought buying from a salvage company had at least saved me some money. Then I found the same thing, only nice and clean and new, at Home Depot for $20 each less money than I paid at Halls! I paid $40 more for lesser quality. I called and talked to an assistant manager, and he pretty much just told me I had my chance to look at them and consider the price before I bought them. I emailed David Hall twice about it and got no response. Apparently they just don't really care if I'm happy with my purchase or not. Next time, I'll stick with Home Depot or Lowes.

PROS: none
CONS: no service after the sale

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We bought our lamanate wood flooring at Halls and floored a huge kitchen for less than $500.00. They now carry matching trim too. Halls is still alittle sparce, compared to the sweetwater store but it is filling up fast. Great prices on new cabinetry as well

PROS: great prices, good staff
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We bought our lamanate wood flooring at Halls and floored a huge kitchen for less than $500.00. They now carry matching trim too. Halls is still alittle sparce, compared to the sweetwater store but it is filling up fast. Great prices on new cabinetry as well

PROS: great prices, good staff
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