Livonia Home Improvement Stores

12701 Middlebelt Rd, Livonia, MI
Mernards is slowly making their way East from the West side of Michigan. The store is comparable to Home Depot or Lowes in which they sell close to all the same selections. The Mernards in Livonia is fairly new, having been opened close to two years ago. Mernards has more options in the wood department then of its competitors. They also sell some groceries so that you can make one stop instead of two. Mernards is vastly becoming everyone's first stop in home improvement needs.

The Home Depot
13500 Middlebelt Rd, Livonia, MI
Home Depot has been around what seems like forever. They are the world's largest home improvement specialty retailer with stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, 10 Canadian provinces, and Mexico. They must know what they are doing. When someone has a home improvement project, Home Depot is usually the first store they think about when needing parts. Home Depot has great workers who knows about all their products and most common projects.

Hunt's Ace Hardware
33567 W Seven Mile Rd, Livonia, MI
Though Ace Hardware isn't the typical home improvement store, it still has lots of offer to help with projects around the house. Since they are more specialized, the workers really understand the products and are very knowledgeable to help you with your projects. Lots of people like going here because it's smaller and more geared towards certain products. So if you have a project that needs just a few things, Ace Hardware is a great store to stop at and quickly get what your need.

Lowe's Home Improvement
6555 N Newburgh Rd, Westland, MI
Lowe's Home Improvement is huge competition for big 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.