SYNLawn artificial grass finds space at Lowe’s
Dalton, Ga.-based SYNLawn has begun selling its brand of residential synthetic grass at 463 Lowe’s stores.
The new program is a continuation of a trial offering conducted in Lowe’s stores in five states earlier this year. SYNLawn will provide rolls of synthetic turf in the most popular sizes, along with basic installation tools for Lowe’s customers who need smaller amounts of turf and want to install it themselves.
About 355 stores will offer special order service kiosks at which customers can order custom-cut pieces for specific projects. Lowe’s stores in 120 locations will offer stock rolls of SYNLawn’s realistic synthetic turf. In addition, 160 locations will offer installation services for customers who need a helping hand, according to SYNLawn.
The program offers three pre-cut and pre-packaged sizes offering flexibility for design. Those sizes are 3 ft. by 11 ft., 5 ft. by 7.5 ft., and 7.5 ft. by 11 ft. These pre-cut pieces of synthetic turf can be used for a variety of projects ranging from landscaping areas, pet areas, play areas, common areas, garages, basements, roof decks and outdoor patios. Costs for the stock rolls will range from $130 to $300.
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General Tools’ digital T-bevel earns honor
General Tools & Instruments announced that its new Digital Sliding T-Bevel is being honored in This Old House magazine’s “TOH Top 100,” a list of best new home products of the year.
General’s Digital Sliding T-Bevel is the first and only digital T-bevel on the market. Designed for professionals and DIYers, it is the perfect tool for measuring, storing and transferring inside and outside angles when doing construction and fine carpentry; building cabinets, furniture and picture frames; installing tile and more. It operates as both a T-bevel and a protractor.
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Home Depot to bring call center to Kennesaw, Ga.
Home Depot will open a new customer support call center in Kennesaw, Ga., not far from its Atlanta headquarters, in 2012.
The story first appeared in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and was confirmed by a Home Depot spokesman yesterday.
The customer support center will start out with 400 employees and grow to about 700 employees by 2015. It will be located in the Chastain Meadows commercial park.
The opening is part of a broader plan to boost its e-commerce business. Home Depot will close its smaller customer support centers in Hazelwood, Mo., and Baton Rouge, La., next year as it relocates operations to Ogden, Utah, and Kennesaw, Ga. The moves create a net gain of 800 jobs, according to a Home Depot spokesman.
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