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  • / Technology

    Partnership creates a single online source for kitchen and bath remodeling

    Improvement Direct sites get EcountersDirect.com tools, while the stone surface vendor boosts online exposure.

    Posted 07/22/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Improvement Direct sites get EcountersDirect.com tools, while the stone surface vendor boosts online exposure.

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  • / E-Retailers

    Sears sets up auction web site for home improvement services

    Sears Holdings has launched ServiceLive.com, a beta site where homeowners can set their price for home improvements and repairs. The $10 posting fee will be waived during an introductory promotion through Feb. 28.

    Posted 02/18/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Sears Holdings has launched ServiceLive.com, a beta site where homeowners can set their price for home improvements and repairs. The $10 posting fee will be waived during an introductory promotion through Feb. 28.

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  • / Technology

    Home Depot seeks to engage customers with two online holiday contests

    Home Depot offers $25,000 for the best YouTube video on a needed home improvement project, and $2,500 for the best photos of holiday decorations. HomeDepot.com has been getting more interactive, and plans to make video more prominent next year.

    Posted 11/15/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Home Depot offers $25,000 for the best YouTube video on a needed home improvement project, and $2,500 for the best photos of holiday decorations. HomeDepot.com has been getting more interactive, and plans to make video more prominent next year.
  • / Press Release

    Home Décor Products Features buySAFE Trust and Safety Services

    Leading home improvement e-Tailer incorporates buySAFE’s seal and bonding service onto its network of websites Arlington, VA (April 05, 2007) – buySAFE, Inc. (www.buysafe.com), the leading trust and safety company for e-commerce transactions, today announced that Home Décor Products (www.hdpi.com), the leading home improvement e-tailer, has selected buySAFE’s Trust Seal and bonding services for seven of its websites. Customers of Home Décor...

    Posted 04/17/2007

    Leading home improvement e-Tailer incorporates buySAFE’s seal and bonding service onto its network of websites Arlington, VA (April 05, 2007) – buySAFE, Inc. (www.buysafe.com), the leading trust and safety company for e-commerce transactions, today announced that Home Décor Products (www.hdpi…
  • Do it yourself: TV’s Bob Vila debuts line of tools on HSN

    Home improvement guru and TV personality Bob Vila will launch his own line of handyman tools exclusively on e-retailer HSN’s HSN TV and HSN.com.

    Posted 09/27/2006Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Home improvement guru and TV personality Bob Vila will launch his own line of handyman tools exclusively on e-retailer HSN’s HSN TV and HSN.com.
  • / Technology

    The right tools for the job – and the place to buy them online

    The Home Depot and This Old House TV team up to offer advice for DIYers online in the form of streamed videos. Each instructional video is attached to a list of needed tools and materials, with links to where they’re sold on HomeDepot.com.

    Posted 05/10/2004Mary WagnerPost a comment

    The Home Depot and This Old House TV team up to offer advice for DIYers online in the form of streamed videos. Each instructional video is attached to a list of needed tools and materials, with links to where they’re sold on HomeDepot.com.
  • / Technology

    What`s underfoot is online at Armstrong.com

    An interactive visualization tool at flooring site Armstrong.com does the heavy lifting of displaying more than 2,000 flooring samples at the manufacturer`s site. As many as 40% of shoppers use the tool.

    Posted 12/03/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    An interactive visualization tool at flooring site Armstrong.com does the heavy lifting of displaying more than 2,000 flooring samples at the manufacturer`s site. As many as 40% of shoppers use the tool.
  • / Technology

    Lowes.com presents Spanish language how-to library

    In a bid to capture more of the growing Hispanic home-improvement market, Lowes.com is making available a Spanish-language "how-to" library of 600 projects, such as repairing a water heater or organizing a closet.

    Posted 10/30/2002Paul DemeryPost a comment

    In a bid to capture more of the growing Hispanic home-improvement market, Lowes.com is making available a Spanish-language "how-to" library of 600 projects, such as repairing a water heater or organizing a closet.
  • / Press Release

    Sears.com Convenient Homeowner Resource for Product Repair and Home Improvement Specialists

    HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill., July 17 -- The dilemma: how do you find a reliable product repair or home improvement specialist in your neighborhood? Someone to install, repair or maintain a central air conditioning system -- or fix and maintain a window air conditioner? Someone to tune up the lawn mower? A plumber or electrician? A carpet cleaner or a service to install new windows or entry doors? Sears HomeCentral(R) has introduced an enhanced home...

    Posted 07/17/2001

    HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill., July 17 -- The dilemma: how do you find a reliable product repair or home improvement specialist in your neighborhood? Someone to install, repair or maintain a central air conditioning system -- or fix and maintain a window air conditioner? Someone to tune up the lawn mower?…
  • Home Depot Sets Web Sights

    Home improvement giant (www.homedepot.com) Home Depot, which so far has sat out the e-retailing rush, is sitting no longer. Web site developer iXL Inc. announced today that it has won an initial contract to expand the retailer's e-commerce presence. Terms, timing and specifics of the agreement were not disclosed. Home Depot's entry comes within weeks of Amazon.com's entry into the Internet home improvement market. (www.jup.com) Jupiter...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Home improvement giant (www.homedepot.com) Home Depot, which so far has sat out the e-retailing rush, is sitting no longer. Web site developer iXL Inc. announced today that it has won an initial contract to expand the retailer's e-commerce presence. Terms, timing and specifics of the agreement were…

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