Who's cheaper Home Depot or Lowe's?
Regarding this, is Lowes or Home Depot cheaper for lumber?
When purchasing lumber for a building or home improvement project, both price and quality can vary between stores. In general, The Home Depot has the lowest prices on lumber, and Lowe's prices are typically just a few cents more.
Subsequently, question is, does Home Depot or Lowes have better lumber? Local lumber yards around here are not only better, but often cheaper than the big box stores. If you are definitely deciding between those two though, in my experiences Lowes has way better lumber. So much so, that on small orders, I drive out of my way to pass home depot and drive miles away just to get to Lowes.
Similarly, it is asked, who is more profitable Lowes or Home Depot?
Home Depot's revenue base is nearly 50% larger than that of Lowe's. It's also the far more profitable business, with an operating margin of 14.5%, compared to 8.9% for its smaller rival. In turn, Home Depot generated more than twice as much cash from operations and free cash flow as Lowe's over the past year.
Is Home Depot cheaper than Menards?
Friends who shop Menards and Home Depot a lot more often than I do say that Menards' prices are usually lower than Home Depot's, but you can find higher quality goods at Home Depot. A lot of Home Depot's prices in its circular are regular, not sale prices.