Thanks, we don't have a home Depot or a box store in town so there's names I haven't heard of.It’s a Home Depot brand, ain’t too bad. I’ve prolly installed that exact flavor floor before. Problem is they run a flavor for maybe a year or so then they discontinue it so finding more can be difficult to impossible.
I doubt either Home Depot or Lowe's business model works on such a small scale. Average Home Depot is 105K square feet. Average revenue is $663 per square foot. So that's around $70 million a year in average revenue per store. Around here those stores are well over 105K square feet. I have no idea what the annual revenues are but they really need a lot of people shopping there regualrly. Imagine the costs for a store in Los Angeles County with all the payroll, state and local income and sales tax!Thanks, we don't have a home Depot or a box store in town so there's names I haven't heard of.
A local developer is building three new stores, but won't disclose who's moving in there yet. He mentioned that people drive out of town for shopping and wants to keep things local. The floor space totals 50,000 square feet. I have a feeling that we may be getting a Home Depot or Lowe's. I'm not sure when they'll announce who's moving in. If whoever moves in sales flooring, that's going to wreck havoc for the four local flooring stores, three of them have been in business for more than 45 years. Our entire County is around 60,000. They say competition is good for the customer but when it takes down local well-established stores I don't think it's worth it.
From what I’ve noticed around here whenever a Home Depot or Lowe’s pops up the other is not far behind…. Keeping each other in check? I dunno, seems like overkill but you don’t have to travel far to get to either one on Long Island. They’re everywhere. I have five Home Depots and three Lowe’s within a 10 mile radius of my home….Crazy…