Wal-Mart Stores announced Friday that the Gainesville Supercenter located at 400 Shallowford Road will undergo renovations beginning Monday.
Originally built in 1993, the store will be remodeled to upgrade the store's features.
The plans include wider aisles, an updated layout, upgraded fixtures, renovated pharmacy and restrooms and a new color scheme inside and out. The store also will have expanded departments.
The remodeling is expected to be complete by September. All the store's departments and services will remain open during the process.
"During the remodel phase, the majority of construction and moving will be completed during the overnight hours," said store manager Anthony Howard. "We want to make it easy for customers to continue to shop at the store."
Halski Systems begins e-commerce Web site
Halski Systems of Gainesville has implemented a new capability for customers to acquire complete Cisco network and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solutions on its Web site. This capability allows customers to research products, review its capabilities, order the solution, and securely complete the transaction.
"Electronic commerce provides a significant engine for the growth of the local economy and has sparked the delivery of a multitude of innovative products and services," said Lewis Halski, president of Halski Systems. "These developments reflect the unique nature of the Internet, which has allowed creativity, ingenuity and entrepreneurship to flourish."
In August, Halski Systems will open new office in Fredericksburg, Va., 50 miles south of Washington. This office will continue to support existing clients while expanding its customer base in the Washington and Richmond areas.
ResCare HomeCare opens in new location
ResCare HomeCare has relocated its Gainesville branch to Interstate Ridge Business Park off of E.E. Butler Parkway. The Gainesville office serves Hall, Lumpkin, Dawson, White, Rabun, Habersham and Forsyth counties.
ResCare provides services to children and adults who require in-home services and nursing care because of age, disability, recovery from illness, surgery and accidents, and dementia or memory impairment. The home care agency provides support to people in their own homes, nursing homes and assisted-living facilities.
Mr. Home Repair to hold grand opening today in Sugar Hill
Mr. Home Repair has scheduled a grand opening of a new, 15,000-square-foot interactive design showroom from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today at 4729 Nelson Brogdon Blvd., Suite C, in Sugar Hill.
The event will feature refreshments and prizes, including a vacation giveaway.
Mr. Home Repair's new showroom features completed remodeling projects such as more than 20 different cabinet designs, 40 different types of granite, outdoor kitchen, indoor kitchen, custom library, custom bathroom with seamless glass shower enclosures, custom media room, bar, wine cellar, hundreds of different styles of flooring, custom color paint selection, custom lighting and Lutron electronics provided by Colonial Lighting, and much more.
Mr. Home Repair team members will be available during today's grand opening to answer questions, and can help guide customers through the design process.