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Old 03-20-2008, 07:36 PM   #31
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Guys, while you are probably right about some of the workers at HD I must say they offer good value. I have all plaster walls in my house so when I put in a box for a switch or outlet I have to use the adjustable ones that allow you to screw the box forward or back. I do this because the plaster is much thicker than typical 1/2" drywall.

HDs prices on these boxes are 25% below the electrical specialty store. I simply could not have affordably done most of the work on my 1863 house without HD.


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Old 03-21-2008, 01:34 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by CowboyAndy View Post
I have never bought lumber form there, but have looked through the lumber before and I wasn't impressed.

I will only go there under a few conditions now...

-I have been stabbed and have lost approx 3-4 pints of blood and am feeling a bit woozy


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