The Home Depot, a leading home improvement retailer, has announced the launch of its new online “How-To” Community at community.homedepot.com where do-it-yourselfers can discuss home improvement projects and share their expertise with other members.
The How-To Community features a number of tenured Home Depot store associates from around the country (U.S.) who are ready to help consumers tackle their home repair projects.[ Also Read: Adam Wins a House of $1.5 Million from TV Contest ]
They are trained and equipped with the latest multi-media technologies so they can bring their knowledge to life in ways that savvy consumers now expect, says Home Depot.
“Our How-To Community is a gathering place for homeowners, professional contractors, product manufacturers and weekend DIYers to swap tips and share project knowledge,” said Brad Shaw, vice president of communications, The Home Depot.[ Also Read: Meet the New Tallest Married Couple ]
Members of the Home Depot How-To Community earn rank and status among their peers by participating in the site on a regular basis and offering their expertise to other users.
Visitors to community.homedepot.com will find discussions organized in categories including Paint, Tools and Hardware, Garden and Yard and Do-it-Yourself and Repair.
The How-To Community also features a Meet Our Experts section that spotlights the community’s store associates.
And What’s New in Our Aisles section highlights new product innovations from The Home Depot.
The announcement was made Friday, Dec. 10.
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