The Home Depot logo. (PRNewsFoto/The Home Depot)
The Home Depot logo. (PRNewsFoto/The Home Depot)

Home Depot opened three new distribution centers to provide a variety of customer delivery options to the South Florida region. The home-improvement retailer announced plans to open two additional centers in Miami in 2022.

“Our customers have varying needs - from DIYers renovating their homes to professional contractors on job sites,” Kyle Dennis, vice president of supply chain development, said in a news release. “These investments are helping us deliver to our pro and DIY customers across South Florida when, where, and how they want.”

One of the newly opened facilities located in Miami is a 332,000-square-foot building that will deliver big and bulky construction materials and other oversized products directly to pro and DIY customers, according to Home Depot. The other two facilities, located in West Palm Beach and Fort Myers, are delivery locations that expand Home Depot’s appliance delivery to customers in those markets.

The two planned Miami facilities will help expand delivery of appliances and same-day and next-day parcel delivery to customers across the region, according to Home Depot.

The five facilities are part of the retailer’s greater commitment to its supply chain. In 2017, Home Depot announced a $1.2 billion investment in its supply chain and is in the process of building out its network with about 150 new facilities nationwide. Recently, the company opened a distribution center and flatbed delivery center in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro market and announced plans to open two new distribution centers in Perth Amboy, N.J., in 2021.