Top 7 Companies Owned by Home Depot

Home Depot Store is an American home improvement supplies retailing company that sells tools, construction products, and services. The company is headquartered at the Atlanta Store Support Center in unincorporated Cobb County, Georgia. It is a retailing type of industry. And the products of the company include Home appliances, tools, hardware, lumber, building materials, paint, plumbing, flooring, garden supplies, and plants. The company operates in many big-box stores across the United States. It is the largest home improvement retailer in the United States. Home Depot is welcoming their customers to participate in the Home Depot Survey to express their opinion about the products and services of the store to maintain their good reputation of having high standards for meeting the customer satisfaction.

Home Depot Canada is the Canadian unit of the Home Depot and one of Canada’s top home improvement retailers. The retailer has its own house brands like Husky (tools), Workforce (tools, shelving, storage cabinets, extension cords, work lights, traps, paintbrushes), HDX, Glacier Bay, Hampton Bay, Electric, and Home Decorators Collection.  The website www.Homedepot.com/survey will provide you all the necessary information which you needed.

Home Mart

In 2004, Home Mart Mexico was acquired by The Home Depot Inc. Home Mart Mexico, S.A. de C.V. is a virtual shop that offers various services such as buying and selling of household, office, decoration, construction, and garden equipment. The company specializes in the distribution of remolding, decoration, and maintenance items such as such as electrical appliances, kitchen and cooking, ironware and hardware, and garden equipment, furniture bathroom fittings and accessories, construction material, home furnishings, and decoration items including lamps and lamp accessories, carpets, paintings, mirrors. In addition, it provides solutions such as repair, maintenance, installation, and decoration services. The company was founded in 1994 and is based in Naucalpan, Mexico. Home Mart was established in 1993, and the financial sum paid to the group of private Mexican owners was not disclosed.

Interline Brands

The world’s largest home improvement retailer completed a $1.63 billion acquisition of Interline Brands, Inc., a leading national distributor and direct marketer of maintenance, repair and operations products. Interline Brands, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, operates as a distributor and direct marketer of broad-line maintenance, repair, and operations products in the United States, Canada, and Central America. The company provides janitorial and sanitation products, including cleaning chemicals, trash can liners, paper towels, bath tissues, brooms, mops, and other products; plumbing products, such as faucet parts, bathroom renovation kits, water heaters, tubular products, and plumbing accessories.

Headquartered in Florida, Interline serves more than 175,000 customer locations and holds the market presence in institutional, multi-family housing and residential markets. The deal boosted Home Depot’s Pro division that caters to professional contractors and builders. As of August 24, 2015, Interline Brands Inc. operates as a subsidiary of The Home Depot, Inc.

The Home Way

On December 31, 2006, Home Mart Mexico was acquired by The Home Depot Inc. The Home Way, a home improvement retail chain, develops home improvement warehouses in China. It provides concrete building products, stainless steel stairway railings, and specialty plumbing products. The company also offers tool repairs and rentals, and installation services. It serves contractors, diyers, and biyers. The Home Way was founded in 1996 and is based in Tianjin, China. It has stores in Tianjin, Beijing, Xiang, Qingdao, Shenyang, and Zhengzhou, China. Its 12 stores, averaging 90,000 square feet of selling space, were located in six Chinese cities. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Your Other Warehouse

Home Depot purchased Your Other Warehouse the so-called master distributor of faucets, fixtures, bath accessories and kitchen accessories called. Based in Baton Rouge, with a second facility in Las Vegas, Your Other Warehouse was a Home Depot vendor even before the acquisition. Your Other Warehouse, LLC distributes plumbing and door hardware products. The company offers faucets and fixtures; and bath lighting products, chandeliers, fluorescents, island lights, lanterns, outdoor products, pendants, sconces, and semi flush mounts. The company also retails exclusive brands. Home Depot’s motivation for the deal was to expand its wholesale plumbing industry presence. As part of the deal, Home Depot received the mailing list of 3.3 million customers of Home Decorators Collection, which is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. The financial details of the acquisition were not released to the public.

Exclusive Brands

In addition to owning multiple companies, Home Depot owns exclusive rights to earn retail rights from several major brands. Chem-Dry was purchased by the company in 2006 and, it is a carpet-cleaning franchise based in Utah. It was Founded in 1977. Behr Process Corporation manufactures house paints, primers, stains and surface preparation products sold exclusively at Home Depot. Homelite Corporation is a power equipment manufacturer of chainsaws, leaf blowers, and trimmers that are sold at Home Depot.

House Brands

Home Depot also owns various house brands. Founded in 1924, Husky is a manufacturer of hand tools, pneumatic tools, and tool storage devices. Glacier Bay manufactures faucets, sinks, toilets, mirrors and bath vanities. Hampton Bay retails ceiling fans and lighting fixtures, while Commercial Electric creates recessed lighting, commercial lighting, and electrical tools.