Their prices are not much less than a new item for most of the things like they used to be when they were pull a part, plus on top of their raised prices they charge an environmental fee, which makes absolutely no sense as we are actually cleaning up the environment by pulling things off these cars. We're not contributing to any pollution by purchasing parts off these cars, I think if anything they should pay us an environmental commission for just helping clean up their yard.
There is no doubt it was better as Pull A Part but now that it is Pick N Pull the prices went way up, on the good side though the employees seemed friendly enough and willing to negotiate on some things, albeit not very far.
The puddled water is an issue, but they do lay down gravel in some areas to try and assist with that, the car I was pulling parts from was off-balanced propped up on it's old rims (Rims I could have used) and would begin to tilt forwards threatening to fall over with minimal extra weight on the front end.
They also do not refund money, if you pull a part they will only give in store credit for returns. This would be useful say, at a grocery store, but not a junk yard.
Bottom line, I found the prices too high
the employees were great, and friendly
the puddles of water didn't bother me personally, just dress prepared and maybe take something to lay on if you need to go under a car.
and be VERY careful when under a car, it could potentially fall on you as they are not well supported in some cases.
I'm not sure I'll shop there anymore, I probably won't. I can buy new items for only slightly more, brand new, vs saving a buck or two for something used. It's just not worth the time pulling it anymore.