Home Depot says it will replace all refrigerators at its 7,000-square-foot facility in San Antonio
Home Depot said on Tuesday it will start replacing all refrigerated and air-conditioned equipment at its San Antonio facility in the next three months, ending a year-long hiatus.
The company said it would replace refrigerators, air-con and other equipment that were previously installed.
Home Depot had previously said it plans to install the equipment in March, but the San Antonio plant, in the San Fernando Valley, will close the end of April.
The San Antonio site is located in a district where there are growing concentrations of Latino residents.
“We are committed to moving forward in our plans for this new facility and are confident in the ability of the new refrigerated refrigeration system to provide our customers with quality and reliable service,” said Tom McCracken, president of Home Depot.