Eugene #4003

4.7

out of 5

96% of customers recommend this store
Rating Breakdown
5
(167)
4
(28)
3
(11)
2
(3)
1
(6)
Associate Availability
Associate Helpfulness
Store Cleanliness
4.6
4.7
4.7

1045 Green Acres Rd Eugene, OR 97408

Store Number (541) 344-1312

Pro Desk (541) 984-0430

Tool and Truck Rental (541) 984-0412

Store Hours
  • Mon-Sat: 6:00am - 9:00pm
  • Sun: 8:00am - 8:00pm

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  • Kitchen Showroom
  • Home Depot Truck Rental
  • Propane Exchange
  • Tool Rental
  • Large Equipment Rental
  • Key Cutting

Store Details

Here at The Home Depot near the Beltline and Delta Hwy in Eugene, OR, we take customer satisfaction very seriously. Whether you have a question about deadbolts, need professional design advice for your kitchen remodel or just want to chat about saving energy in your home, our friendly store associates are here for you. 

We've got everything you need to get your next home improvement job done and get it done right. Welcome to the Eugene Home Depot!

Your Eugene Store Team

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Store Location and Nearby Stores

3.91 mi
  • 808 Seneca Rd
  • Eugene, OR 97402
34.75 mi
  • 1780 Nw Four Acre Place
  • Corvallis, OR 97330
36.81 mi
  • 3500 Spicer Dr Se
  • Albany, OR 97322

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CUSTOMER STORE REVIEWS

4.7

out of 5

215 reviews
5
(167)
4
(28)
3
(11)
2
(3)
1
(6)
Associate Availability
Associate Helpfulness
Store Cleanliness
4.6
4.7
4.7
96% Of Customers
Recommend This Store 198 of 207 reviews
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Great service! I am happy with the happy service people I always encounter at this and the Rosebu...

5.0

out of 5

Great service! I am happy with the happy service people I always encounter at this and the Roseburg store. Thank you for being prompt and knowledgeable!

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I try Home Depot first when looking for tools and materials because they generally have what I'm ...

5.0

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I try Home Depot first when looking for tools and materials because they generally have what I'm looking for and I can get all or most of what I need with 1-stop shopping efficiently.

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Online order, store pickup

3.0

out of 5

I purchased items online and chose the store pickup option. When I went to the store, they wanted to charge me another $26. I refused to pay them more than their advertised price and then they didn't want to give me a printed receipt. It took me 45 minutes to get the price straightened out and to get a printed receipt, so I could register my warranty on my new tools. The employees at the customer service desk didn't really seem to know what they were doing.

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It would seem to me that on a Fri. with the weekend coming that Home Depot would have more employ...

3.0

out of 5

It would seem to me that on a Fri. with the weekend coming that Home Depot would have more employee's on the floor. The lumber department looked like it had not been cleanup for weeks. I could not find anyone to help me maybe that is why the department was a mess no one working. I have seen where you pull employee's from other departments to cover the floor in other departments while some one is at lunch. Poor planning. I don't have to look for a employee at Jerry's, but I shop Home Depot because I worked for the company for 7 years. If the service does not get better I just might have to go down the road to shop .

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Eugene, Oregon 45 to 54, Female
Girls love Home Depot

5.0

out of 5

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Associate Helpfulness
Store Cleanliness
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My name is Stephanie. I have been a general contractor in Eugene for twenty plus years. When I first got here I spent most of my time shopping at our local home improvement stores. Although one has grown considerably over these last years they seem to have be unable to keep the same staff throughout the years. They do have knowledgeable staffers but the constant changing of the guard has made it impossible to build relationship. For the last few years I have been shopping mostly at the 4003 Home Depot. I value the employees and the effort they expend on my behalf. I know they treat everyone this way because I am in there alot. The best thing, however, is the consistency of the staff. I don't feel like anything less than a friend when I go into the store. Everyone there smiles and says "Hi Steph". They go out of their way to help me and I will tell you, this means something. Over the years being a woman in this field has been both rewarding and challenging. Although not many women work in my field, coming to Home Depot would make any woman feel valuable. Everyone there, and I mean everyone, is smart, concerned about my needs and friendly. When I have a pressing need while on a job site, one phone call will get me an immediate answer. Besides having competitive pricing they have the desire to see to my needs. I have heard over the years that there is a home improvement store that caters to women. I have been to that store when clients of mine use that stores credit card and I can tell you, I don't agree. Although they have a different selection of some items, they don't have the staff to deliver what your folks do. You have a great group of people at 4003. They are more than helpful and smart; they are friends. I don't know any of them outside of Home Depot, but when I'm there I truly feel like I'm Home. I know you have done things in the past geared toward getting women into your store. You should keep it up and even escalate it. There are a lot of things you could do to instill a confidence in a group of single moms and young women by encouraging them to try things that may be outside their comfort zones. Your people at 4003 could handle it. In my line of work I hire as many women as I can and with a little teaching, they all not only prove to be great workers, but they grow in their confidence. It is very rewarding to see that growth first hand. You all have the power to change lives. I realize that seems like something that maybe a hardware store isn't in the business of. The motto of my business is "Changing Women's Lives, One House At A Time". It shouldn't be something I do either. My brother tells me all the time to stop hiring people who need to be trained but what I give is passed on. These moms and young women get a huge confidence boost and in turn are more assured parents and community partners. Regardless, you have a great staff and I enjoy them all very much. Thank you for what you have done to keep that going.

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eugene or 45 to 54, Male
Genie is the best checker home depot has

5.0

out of 5

Genie the checker was very friendly and nice She reminded me of my mom. amazing

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Eugene Oregon 65 or over, Male
Always helpful and pleasant shopping experience

5.0

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5

This store is my number one choice for purchasing supplies for my company.

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Springfield OR 55 to 64, Female
Great store and location

5.0

out of 5

This store is located, conveniently fright off the freeway. The store is always clean and items are easy to find. There is usually someone nearby to ask for assistance. Most of the time assistance is excellent. Over the years, I have completed several home updates of difference kinds. I prefer to shop at Home Depot even though another home improvement store is closer. It seems that they are never annoyed by customers asking questions.

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