The Home Depot - Statistics & Facts

For someone who wants to start a do-it-yourself project to improve their home or give it a new style, the Home Depot is considered by many as a shopping paradise store. Whether consumers prefer to buy in-store or online, the Home Depot offers a wide range of products such as appliances, building materials, hardware, indoor garden furniture, paint, kitchen, and bath decorating items, to name a few, for DIY home improvement.
With stores across North America, the company is the leading DIY and home improvement chain in the United States and Canada. In 2020, Home Depot generated over 130 billion U.S. dollars in revenue, placing it as the home improvement king worldwide.

Home Depot facts and figures

The Home Depot is a North American home improvement retailer whose first store opened over 40 years ago in Atlanta, United States. As of 2020, the company had nearly 2.3 thousand stores across North America, with the United States being the retailer’s biggest market. In 2021, Home Depot’s brand was valued at nearly 53 billion U.S. dollars, competing with globally known names like Walmart. In that same ranking, the company beat its number one competitor, Lowe’s, by a significant amount. In the last year available, Home Depot carried out over 1.7 billion customer transactions, whilst its main rival reached one billion.

E-commerce and online presence

Home Depot has been investing in its strategy to connect its stores online and bring the online experience to their stores - in short, the goal is to provide a two-way infrastructure, to create an omnichannel by connecting the online and in-store channels. No more than a year ago, the home improvement giant was among the top five leading e-commerce retailers in the United States, and the second top online store in the furniture and appliances segment based on e-commerce net sales. The company offers approximately one million products on its online page, as well as DIY projects inspiration via the company’s webpage blog.

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The Home Depot - Statistics & Facts

For someone who wants to start a do-it-yourself project to improve their home or give it a new style, the Home Depot is considered by many as a shopping paradise store. Whether consumers prefer to buy in-store or online, the Home Depot offers a wide range of products such as appliances, building materials, hardware, indoor garden furniture, paint, kitchen, and bath decorating items, to name a few, for DIY home improvement.
With stores across North America, the company is the leading DIY and home improvement chain in the United States and Canada. In 2020, Home Depot generated over 130 billion U.S. dollars in revenue, placing it as the home improvement king worldwide.

Home Depot facts and figures

The Home Depot is a North American home improvement retailer whose first store opened over 40 years ago in Atlanta, United States. As of 2020, the company had nearly 2.3 thousand stores across North America, with the United States being the retailer’s biggest market. In 2021, Home Depot’s brand was valued at nearly 53 billion U.S. dollars, competing with globally known names like Walmart. In that same ranking, the company beat its number one competitor, Lowe’s, by a significant amount. In the last year available, Home Depot carried out over 1.7 billion customer transactions, whilst its main rival reached one billion.

E-commerce and online presence

Home Depot has been investing in its strategy to connect its stores online and bring the online experience to their stores - in short, the goal is to provide a two-way infrastructure, to create an omnichannel by connecting the online and in-store channels. No more than a year ago, the home improvement giant was among the top five leading e-commerce retailers in the United States, and the second top online store in the furniture and appliances segment based on e-commerce net sales. The company offers approximately one million products on its online page, as well as DIY projects inspiration via the company’s webpage blog.

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