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The Home Depot #157 isn't just a hardware store. We provide tools, appliances, outdoor furniture, building materials to Mcdonough, GA residents. Let us help with your project!
Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Sat:
Sun:
Services/Products
Tools, appliances, outdoor furniture, building materials, décor, plumbing, electrical, paint, lighting, fans, area rugs, flooring, storage, installation services.
Brands
Amana, Ariens, Artistic Weavers, BEHR, Black & Decker, Bosch, Cub Cadet, Dewalt, Dremel, Electrolux, GE, Glacier Bay, Hampton Bay, Hilti, Home Decorators Collection, Husky, John Deere, LG, Makita, Martha Stewart Living, Maytag, Milwaukee, Mohawk, Ridgid, Ryobi, Samsung, Toto, Vigoro, Whirlpool, and more.
Payment method
cash, check, company card, financing available, all major credit cards, debit, master card, amex, discover, visa
Location
Henry Town Ctr
Categories
Home Centers, Building Materials, Hardware Stores, Home Improvements, Paint, Tools
Other Information

Price Range : Average

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Sharon K.

05/06/2016

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People who work at Home Depot are clueless. Ask for help, if you can find someone, and then they know nothing!

PHOENIX28

07/07/2008

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POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE ON 6/27/08

When it came time to check out in the Garden Center, we went up to the counter and had to wait. I assume that this was because it was shift change, as the cashiers had tills out of the register. Instead of moving the till, they made us wait until they finished what they were doing, which was rude considering we had a big bag of soil that we could not put down on the belt by the register. They did not even acknowledge that we were standing there waiting on them. Not only this, but the cashier asked if we would like a bag. Thinking that she had enough sense to put the seed packets in the bag, we said - ""sure"". She then proceeded to put a basil plant into the bag which snapped the top of it off. This was very frustrating, and since we were pressed for time, we did not tell a manager on the day of our visit. It is shopping experiences with poor customer service like this that will cause this store to lose sales, as we will go somewhere else if this continues.