TRUCK DRIVER (Former Employee) – Point of Rocks, MD – February 18, 2018
Great company to work for. Long hours equals more money. Great coworkers caring bosses, assigned equipment. dealer serviced, paid by the hour. If I hadn't been injured on the job I would still be there
Cabinetry Design/Sales (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – July 3, 2018
This was a good company to work for. Unfortunately, the cabinetry sales and design vision didnt fit the corporate mold. During the housing crash of 2008, the BOD voted to shut down the locations. No opportunity to transfer was offered.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Blairsville, GA – July 2, 2018
Good atmosphere with opportunity of advancement. Company is family oriented and all around fair to the customers. However the manager was pushy and puts a lot of work on a single individual. This becomes too stressful and too hard to manage at times.
Assembler (Current Employee) – Kennewick, WA – June 27, 2018
Very fast paced job. There is a lot of work sometime can be stress full. Need to be able to pick up new skills and be willing and ready to come into work. It a team effort every one help take care of each other.
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 20, 2018
Even though you are an outstanding, employee they don't take time to assist the good or great employees from the ones that don't work or always have excuses for the job or always talk back,it's very hilarious..
No free lunch, we never see the laughter an very uneasy
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 14, 2018
Did my job to the fullest worked well with others. Hours were good received several certificate for a job well done. • Build custom, double and French doors and frames. Utilized power tools and shop maintenance. Stocking and customer service.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Kennewick, WA – June 1, 2018
There was always a feeling that someone always had your back. There was always someone to lend a helping hand everyone was trained to help in other areas aside from there own so as to accommodate the heavy work load that we all had to carry. That lead to a friendly atmosphere in the office as well as in the store front and in the lumber yard.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Grawn, MI – May 28, 2018
I was a delivery driver for Builders First Source in Grawn, MI for about 9 months. I was completely lied to during the interview about what the job entailed. You WILL be delivering 75% of the lumber, doors, windows, and trim by yourself, and by hand. This is a very miserable and disrespectful place to work, employee morale is very low. You can count on someone losing control of themselves, throwing a fit, and walking off the job at least once a week. There will be no consequences because their turnover rate is so high, they’re just glad they came back. Benefits cost $200 bi-weekly for you and a kid. Very expensive. The one good thing about this place is the consequence free environment for calling in sick(sick of it). I was able to go to a lot of interviews while working there, simply by telling them I had to leave because I had something to do. In the 9 months I worked there I watched 5 of the 7 drivers leave. I heard that’s common. It’s not a real job. Don’t treat it like one.