Personally I really like the Home Depot. The staff is always helpful and they usually have a pretty good selection. I always enjoy the smell of the lumber and the slick concrete floors. What do you think of the place?
Home Depot is cool. It’s usually pretty chill to go to.
It's useful for when I need things, though I have a bad habit of calling it The home despot from when I was a child and hated the place
Home Depot actually donated over $200 worth of materials to my eagle project. I had to wait on hold with them for probably about an hour and a half total through that whole process though. Still, it was a good experience.
I haven't been there in forever (though that should change once I have the skill and space to start DIYing stuff).
Good place for bonding with family when working on projects.
I like it...especially the massive selection of paints. Too bad they aren't acrylic.
also, it smells nice.
I consistently call it The Home Despot.
Not out of any spite, just because it’s fun.
Whenever I'm there with my dad, and we get one of these carts, I always wind up standing on it, trying to balance it on the middle wheel. Childish, sure. An exercise in futility, admittedly so. But it's still fun.
Home depot? Nah fam Lowes is where it's at! #lowesruleshpsucks
Lowes has consistently let me down when I needed something, and their wood is always split. Maybe they're better where you live, or maybe you're just a contrarian
When my dad is shopping for paint or supplies I just head to the wood section. I like the smell of all the wood.
When I moved last year I went there a lot, but I haven't been there since because I rarely need to go to Home Depot.
also lowes is terrible they didn't give me my house key back after making a new key one time also the new key they gave me didn't even work
Home Depot, 2 words come to mind when I think of that store, Date Night. That is all
Honestly sounds pretty good for that purpose, especially later in the relationship when you're planning to own a house and start a family
Home Depot is first date material
I'll keep that in mind.