Do-it-yourself home improvement store offers building materials and lawn and garden products; free in-store how-to clinics, design and decorating consultation. by Liz Zack on Mar 6, 2007 Browse aisles brimming with paint, fixtures, tools, appliances, lumber, plants, sod and more. If you can't find what you're looking for, or if it's 15 feet off the ground on shelves that reach to the sky, ubiquitous orange-aproned... provided bycitysearch.com
Bad Service by xxggspotxx on Nov 25, 2008
What a bad service. No one helps, no one helps, no one cares, who runs this place? I just to go there a lot now I have to drive to the home depot in secaucus because this... provided bymaps.google.com
Good help and store by Laine O. on Apr 20, 2008
This home depot is alot nicer and has a better set up than some others I've been to. They had more items to choose from and it is... provided byinsiderpages.com
No title by donutsapdbh on Apr 20, 2006
long lines: horrible wait, but, here comes... provided bylocal.yahoo.com
Ultimate in Home Improvement by DMcAlvanah_Citysearch on May 21, 2002
What's not to love about Home Depot, the ultimate in home improvement and one-stop-shopping? The stores are the size of airplane hangars; the employees are always helpful; and the prices are often very good. Also, this New... provided bycitysearch.com
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