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Largest home improvement retailer in the United States, supplying tools, construction products, and services. Wikipedia

  • Rona, Inc.

    American-owned Canadian retailer of home improvement and construction products and services. Founded in 1939, the company operates a mixture of company-owned and franchised retailers under multiple banners, including Rona, its big box formats Rona Home & Garden (Rona L’Entrepôt in Quebec) and Réno-Dépôt, as well as smaller brands such as Rona Cashway, Marcil Centre de Rénovation, Moffatt & Powell and Dick's Lumber. Wikipedia

  • Menards

    Chain of home improvement stores located in the Midwestern United States, which is owned by founder John Menard Jr. through his privately held company, Menard, Inc. The company, headquartered in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, has 350 stores in 15 states: Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Wikipedia

  • A-Boy Plumbing & Electrical Supply

    Chain of plumbing and electrical supply stores located in the Pacific Northwest United States. Headquartered in Portland, Oregon. Wikipedia

  • Walmart

    American multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of hypermarkets, discount department stores, and grocery stores from the United States, headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas. Founded by Sam Walton in 1962 and incorporated on October 31, 1969. Wikipedia

  • Tractor Supply Company

    American retail chain of stores that offers products for home improvement, agriculture, lawn and garden maintenance, livestock, equine and pet care. Founded in 1939 in Minot, North Dakota. Wikipedia

  • Kmart

    American big box department store chain headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, United States. Incorporated in 1899 as S. S. Kresge Corporation and renamed Kmart Corporation in 1977. Wikipedia

  • Hardware store

    Hardware stores (in a number of countries, "shops"), sometimes known as DIY stores, sell household hardware for home improvement including: fasteners, building materials, hand tools, power tools, keys, locks, hinges, chains, plumbing supplies, electrical supplies, cleaning products, housewares, tools, utensils, paint, and lawn and garden products directly to consumers for use at home or for business. Many hardware stores have specialty departments unique to its region or its owner's interests. Wikipedia

  • Orchard Supply Hardware

    American retailer of home improvement and gardening products. Headquarters were in San Jose, California, Orchard Supply Hardware had dozens of locations throughout California, with expansions into Oregon and Florida. Wikipedia

  • AutoZone

    American retailer of aftermarket automotive parts and accessories, the largest in the United States. Founded in 1979, AutoZone has over 6,400 stores across the United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Brazil. Wikipedia

  • The Home Depot Pro

    One of the largest wholesale distributors and direct marketers of maintenance, repair and operations products for non-industrial businesses in the United States. The Home Depot Pro distributes a broad range of products such as HVAC, janitorial supplies, plumbing supplies and security supplies. Wikipedia

  • Build.com

    Online home improvement retailer and subsidiary of Ferguson plc. It sells bathroom, kitchen and lighting hardware, appliances and other supplies. Wikipedia

  • French home improvement retailer which operated stores in France, Hungary, Romania and Croatia. Founded by the French Bresson family in Paris in 1991, the company operated 7 stores in France until 2001, when they sold 6 stores to Bricorama and closed the remaining one. Wikipedia

  • Home Hardware

    Privately held Canadian home improvement, construction materials, and furniture retailer. Co-operatively owned by over 1100 independently owned member stores, including one of them located in the French territory of Saint Pierre and Miquelon. Wikipedia

  • Masco

    Manufacturer of products for the home improvement and new home construction markets. Comprising more than 20 companies, the Masco conglomerate operates nearly 60 manufacturing facilities in the United States and over 20 in other parts of the world. Wikipedia

  • Target Corporation

    American retail corporation. Component of the S&P 500 Index. Wikipedia

  • Mr. Bricolage

    French retail chain offering home improvement and do-it-yourself goods. The company has around 400 stores across France and 70 stores abroad. Wikipedia

  • Express, Inc.

    American fashion retailer that caters mainly to young men and women. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. Wikipedia

  • HomeClick

    Online retailer of home improvement products based in Sacramento, California. Founded in 2000. Wikipedia

  • B&Q

    British multinational DIY and home improvement retailing company, headquartered in Eastleigh, England, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kingfisher plc. Founded by Richard Block and David Quayle in 1969 originally as Block & Quayle, the retail chain offers over 40,000 products across 300 physical stores and online shops. Wikipedia

  • Big-box home improvement retailer headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. Quite similar to The Home Depot, Menards, and Lowe's with floor space of about 100000 sqft, and inventories in excess of 35,000 different items. Wikipedia

  • Petco

    American pet retailer in the United States, with corporate offices in San Diego and San Antonio. Petco sells pet products and services, as well as certain types of live animals. Wikipedia

  • Castorama

    French retailer of DIY and home improvement tools and supplies, headquartered in Templemars, France, and is part of the British group Kingfisher plc, which has 101 stores in France, 76 in Poland and 20 in Russia. The company became a subsidiary of Kingfisher plc in May 2002, along with Castorama's own subsidiary Brico Dépôt. Wikipedia

  • AmSan

    Janitorial and cleaning products distributor in the United States. The largest national distributor that focused on providing janitorial products with revenues over $300 million. Wikipedia

  • Ernst Home Centers

    Chain of home improvement retail stores founded in Seattle, Washington, United States. Started in 1893 by Seattle brothers Charles and Fred Ernst and in 1960 became a division of Pay 'n Save, one of the largest retail companies in the Northwest. Wikipedia

  • Ascena Retail Group

    American retailer of women's clothing. Parent company of Ann Inc., operator of Ann Taylor and Loft stores. Wikipedia

  • Walgreens

    American company that operates as the second-largest pharmacy store chain in the United States behind CVS Health. It specializes in filling prescriptions, health and wellness products, health information, and photo services. Wikipedia

  • Lumber yard

    Location where lumber and wood-related products used in construction and/or home improvement projects are processed or stored. Some lumber yards offer retail sales to consumers, and some of these may also provide services such as the use of planers, saws and other large machines. Wikipedia

  • The Container Store

    American specialty retail chain company that operates The Container Store, which offers storage and organization products. The company has made Fortune's list of "100 Best Companies to Work For" in each of the past 17 years, through 2016. Wikipedia

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