The Home Depot
660 W 12 Mile Rd, Madison Heights, MI 48071248-591-7520
The Home Depot is a tough competitor in the home improvement store market. They have been around for awhile and are located in all 50 states. When one has a home improvement project to do, they usually think of Home Depot first. The store has everything you could think of needing for projects. Outdoor products and equipment to either buy or rent. If it's a small project, you can get your equipment from The Home Depot. If it's a big project like taking a tree down, it's better to call the professionals, Southfield Tree Service.
Lowe's Home Improvement
434 West Twelve Mile, Madison Heights, MI 48071248-629-3541
Lowe's Home Improvement is great competition for big box home improvement store chains. They have everything you could need for your home improvement projects. Wood, tools, pipes, chains, outdoor equipment, and more. There are associates who can help you with your projects if you are unsure how to accomplish it or what to use. Lowe's Home Improvement is the go to place for supplies. If you have a big project to do, like climbing and trimming trees, it's a safer decision to let professionals do it, but for everything, go to Lowe's.
Tony's Ace Hardware
24011 John R Rd, Hazel Park, MI 48030248-541-8790
Ace Hardware stores are family run or independently owned. They are not like big box stores as where Ace Hardware is more specialized. They offer better quality products at a slightly lower price. Since they are more specialized, the workers are fully aware the products and all the possible projects you can do. If you have any questions on your project or what supplies to use, they would be excellent in helping you. Their selection might not be as big as Home Depot but you should find most of the stuff you need at Ace Hardware.