Yes, homedepot.com offers a limited selection of its products for shipment to Alaska and Hawaii. Because some exclusions apply, we've indicated any locations to which we cannot ship an item on that individual product’s information page. Remote surcharges may apply.
With The Home Depot's tremendous growth rate, we have plenty of opportunities for hard-working associates who love to serve customers.
Applying at an existing store:
To apply for an hourly position at a The Home Depot store in the United States, visit our Store Opportunities section or visit your local store and apply at the Career Center kiosk.
To apply for a job at a The Home Depot store in Canada, please visit your local The Home Depot store and complete an application.
Applying at a new store opening soon:
You can view listings of new, soon-to-be-open, The Home Depot stores at our Careers site.
Following up on status of an application:
Due to the large volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond personally to all applicants. Should your qualifications match our staffing needs, we will contact you directly.
If you have questions regarding your The Home Depot charge account, please contact our Credit Center at the following phone numbers:
Consumer Credit: 1-866-875-5488 USA / 1-800-747-3787 Canada
Commercial Revolving Credit: 1-866-875-5489 USA / 1-800-668-5336 Canada
Home Depot Commercial Credit: 1-866-875-5490 USA / 1-888-308-5080 Canada
One of our Credit Center Representatives will be happy to assist you with any questions you may have regarding a new or existing account.
The Home Depot stores are available on homedepot.com. In our continual effort to improve your overall experience, we have added the Store Browse feature to homedepot.com. Store Browse allows you to view many stocked items, along with current pricing at each of the U.S. The Home Depot stores. We are continually expanding Store Browse to include additional items.
After you finalized your order, you should have seen an Order Confirmation page. If you saw that page, the order was successfully submitted. If you did not see that page or don’t remember it, the next way to know your order was successful is through the email confirmations that you will receive.
If you receive the email(s) indicated below by order type, your order was successfully submitted.
For orders that are shipping directly to you:
For buy online, in-store pick up or major appliance orders:
For buy online, ship to store orders:
If you don’t receive email confirmation, the third way you can make sure that your order was successful is to validate the order on homedepot.com.
First, confirm that you are using an updated version of your browser. Please update to the current version if you are not using it. If you are already using an updated version, please delete your browser history, temp files, and cookie cache. If you are using Internet Explorer, you should also unclick Preserve Website Favorites. Next, ensure that your cookies are enabled. Once this is done, please close your browser and restart it. Come back to www.homedepot.com and set your store following these convenient steps:
Setting the store on the home page
Yes, The Home Depot accepts Store Credits with PINs as payment online.
Yes. The Home Depot Gift Card may be used to make purchases online at homedepot.com. You can also use your The Home Depot Store Credit for online purchases provided the Store Credit has a PIN and was issued by a U.S. The Home Depot store. The Home Depot Gift Cards and Store Credits may also be used to make purchases at any The Home Depot store or online at homedepot.com, however, there must be a PIN on the Store Credit for online purchases.
California's Proposition 65 entitles California consumers to special warnings for certain products that contain chemicals above certain threshold levels.
The general Proposition 65 notice is as follows: WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Proposition 65 notice for wood products is as follows: WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products generates wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Use a respirator or other safeguards to avoid inhaling wood dust.