Lowe’s hardware just made an announcement that will have all Houston residents cheering

In this Feb. 20, 2011 photo, the outside of a Lowe's store is shown in Dallas. Lowe's Cos.' fourth-quarter net income rose 39 percent as homeowners took on more renovation projects as the economy slowly recovers (AP Photo/LM Otero)

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Lowe’s hardware store has joined the list of companies helping evacuees returning home after the hurricane by donating cleaning supplies to homeowners.

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In the vein of charities like United Way’s ‘Buckets of Love‘ campaign, local Lowe’s stores in places like Pasadena, Texas have distributed buckets full of things people can use to clean up homes effected by storm damage.

One Texan Redditor posted a photo of her supply bucket on the site, which included face masks, gloves, bleach, sponges and a broom. “Lowe’s in Pasadena just hand-delivered this bucket of cleaning supplies to houses in my neighborhood. : ) Talk about taking care of their city!” read the caption.

Lowe’s donated buckets of cleaning supplies to homes in Pasadena, Texas to help with cleanup after Harvey. Image courtesy of Reddit.

The Lowe’s in Torrington, Connecticut has also teamed up with United Way’s ‘Buckets of Love for Texas’ to send supplies to Texans in need. The initiative has also been expanded to cover people impacted by Irma and Jose.

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