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The Home Depot is opening four new distribution centers, expanding its pro ecosystem to Detroit, southern Los Angeles, San Antonio and Toronto, as part of an effort to better serve professional customers, the company announced.

The new distribution centers, expected to open in the first half of 2024, will stock large, bulky merchandise like lumber, insulation, roofing shingles and more, enabling pros to order job-lot quantities products delivered directly to job sites, Home Depot officials said.

“Pros need a partner with the right product, depth of product, fulfillment capabilities, sales support and management tools to help them get their jobs done,” said Chip Devine, senior v.p./outside sales for The Home Depot, which has already opened similar pro-focused hubs across the U.S., and expects to have 17 of its top pro markets equipped with new capabilities for pros by the end of the year.

The Home Depot recently acquired Construction Resources, a leading distributor of design-oriented surfaces, appliances and architectural specialty products for pro contractors focused on remodeling and home building. QR

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