The Home Depot can now act as an exporter from several South Florida cities. That means we will work with U.S. Customs on your behalf to get export clearance and comply with U.S. export regulations for your purchase shipments out of the country. Shop thousands of products from the best brands and we'll ship directly from our store to your port. We will still offer the same great services to help simplify exporting your purchases in areas where we do not offer full export services.
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What is it?
The Home Depot will take on the responsibility of shipping your purchases internationally in areas where we offer full exporting services. To find out if your store is included, contact our international sales staff. Our Associates will help guide you through the entire process. Whether your project involves do-it-yourself, contractor, or supplier products, we're dedicated to getting the job done right.
How does it work?
Simply place an order through the International Sales Department by phone, through email, or at the in-store Pro/Commercial Sales desk/Special Services Desk.
We'll handle international shipping procedures if The Home Depot offers full exporting services in your area.
What can ship?
Most general Home Depot Merchandise can ship internationally ( U.S. Government regulations, restrictions, and additional fees may apply ).
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For more information, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. For additional product information, visit our Contractor Services Web site or www.yourotherwarehouse.com ( key in our International Sales Office ZIP Code: 33166 for more selections ).
Prices in our catalogs and shoppers - as well as on our web site - are subject to change, so please confirm before placing an order ( transportation fees are separate). All other expenses ( including, but not restricted to, ocean freight, forwarding fees, insurance, documentation, customs, duties, crating, additional delivery fees ) are the customers responsibility. If a customer does not have a freight forwarder, The Home Depot will provide names of companies who render this service to the customer's intended final destination. The Home Depot is not responsible for damages caused to products after the merchandise has left our facility.