Imagine, if you will, a warehouse roughly the size of Arizona. Contained within are all the components to build at least one (and possibly several) complete residential homes.

Also included are tools, fixtures, plumbing, lighting, carpeting, windows (and treatments), and an extensive selection of plants and garden items.

The only flaw that Home Depot suffers from is the width of the aisles. At present, only 2 flatbed carts can fit alongside in a single aisle. I suggest that if they really want people to take them seriously, Home Depot's management widens all aisles to allow 2 pickup trucks clearance to drive past one another in each aisle.

Then I'd be able to get that new vacation home started.

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