Last week, Angie's List became just "Angi." And the online home services provider has a new app, a new website and new plans to grow by helping home owners take care of their home improvement projects.
In a recent CNBC interview, Angi CEO Oisin Hanrahan spoke of double-digit growth in 2020 and the possibility of making an "incredibly fragmented" category more consolidated.
This week's poll question asks: How would the growth of Angi-like home services providers impact hardware stores? On one hand, more home projects -- whatever the origin, should mean more hardware store action. On the other hand, a do-it-for-me-services movement could erode the DIY mentality.