East Madison #4906

4.7

out of 5

93% of customers recommend this store
Rating Breakdown
5
(346)
4
(49)
3
(10)
2
(7)
1
(17)
Associate Availability
Associate Helpfulness
Store Cleanliness
4.6
4.7
4.7
The Home Depot
Contact Us
Main: (608)242-8680
Pro Desk: (608)240-7264
Store Hours
  • Mon-Sat: 6:00am - 8:00pm
  • Sun: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Location
2425 E Springs Dr
Madison, WI 53704

Curbside Pickup

Order online and we'll bring
your items out to your car


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Special Buy of the Day

  • Buy Online Pick Up in Store
  • Buy Online Deliver from Store
  • Order Pick Up Lockers
  • Kitchen Showroom
  • Expanded Flooring Showroom
  • Home Depot Truck Rental
  • Propane Exchange
  • Key Cutting

Nearby Stores

10.51 mi
  • 4550 Verona Rd
  • Madison, WI 53711
32.61 mi
  • 3200 Deerfield Drive
  • Janesville, WI 53546
40.58 mi
  • 136 Commerce Street
  • Lake Delton, WI 53940

Recycling at Home Depot

Did you know?

This store helps divert waste from landfills by accepting CFLs, lead acid batteries, rechargeable batteries, and plastic plant pots for recycling
This store recycles all shrink wrap, contributing to the 780 million pounds that The Home Depot sold to Trex last year. This is used to manufacture composite decking, bringing us one step closer to a circular economy.
LED lights in your local store helped save on energy consumption by 98 million kilowatt hours last year. Many stores also participate in renewable energy initiatives like solar and wind.
The Home Depot's core values are based on doing the right thing for our customers and associates, and this commitment extends beyond our stores to our communities and the environment. We are your partners in environmental sustainability. Learn More.

Store Details



Welcome to the East Madison Home Depot. No matter the size of the job, we're here to help you finish your next DIY project.

We pride ourselves on our ability to help you finish your project, everyday. From Hampton Bay patio furniture to cleaning supplies our team will take care of you. Buy online and ship to store using our product locator app.

Serving the community is important to us at The Home Depot. In an effort to fill the trades gap, The Home Depot Foundation is partnering with the Home Builders Institute to launch a joint program into high schools to provide an on ramp for students into trades. In-store, we cover a wide variety of topics in our DIY workshops, where the focus is hands-on learning and providing you with expert advice.

It's our pleasure to provide the guidance you need, every step of the way. Stop by today and see what's new.

Sincerely,

The East Madison Home Depot Team


How can I attend a workshop?
We currently have online livestream workshops that are taught by knowledgeable associates. Visit homedepot.com/workshops to see what’s available. For Kids Workshops activities visit here.

What additional precautions is The Home Depot taking in light of COVID-19?
The adjusted hours give stores the ability to staff appropriately and provide additional time to restock shelves and perform cleaning. As part of our normal practice, our stores and other facilities are cleaned and sanitized daily. Following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we've increased the frequency of cleaning and general hygiene maintenance in stores and other locations. We've also stepped up our efforts to disinfect high-traffic and high-touch areas like self-checkout, door handles, and bathrooms, as well as posting signage about handwashing and other preventative actions.
We're promoting social distancing in our stores and distribution centers, which includes stores limiting the number of customers inside at any given time. In addition to training our associates on social distancing, we've placed distancing markers at some of our checkout counters and are making overhead announcements on our store PA systems asking customers to practice social distancing.

Is The Home Depot East Madison hiring?
As an essential retailer, we're hiring seasonal associates in Customer Service/Sales, Store Support, Freight, and Merchandising. We’re taking measures to keep our associates and customers safe, including providing face coverings and gloves, limiting the number of customers in stores at one time, promoting social and physical distancing practices, and implementing additional cleaning measures to sanitize facilities. Apply now. The Home Depot® is an Equal Opportunity/M/F/Vet/Disabled Employer.

Does The Home Depot East Madison offer curbside pickup?
We deliver curbside – order online for convenient store pickup daily until 6 p.m. Here's how:

  1. Buy Online and choose the "Store Pickup" option on the product page or in your cart.
  2. Once your order is processed, you'll receive an email or text message letting you know that it's ready to pick up.
  3. Go to designated Curbside Pickup location at The Home Depot store you selected and follow the instructions received in your email or text notification for Curbside Pickup. Let us know you have arrived by selecting the link in your “Order Ready” communication. Remember to bring your identification.


CUSTOMER STORE REVIEWS

4.7

out of 5

429 reviews
5
(346)
4
(49)
3
(10)
2
(7)
1
(17)
Associate Availability
Associate Helpfulness
Store Cleanliness
4.6
4.7
4.7
93% Of Customers
Recommend This Store 396 of 424 reviews
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The employees are friendly, knowledgeable, always ready to help. store is neat and clean, I highl...

5.0

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The employees are friendly, knowledgeable, always ready to help. store is neat and clean, I highly recommend this store

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Nacy was very helpful in appliance department. Excellent customer service

5.0

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Nacy was very helpful in appliance department. Excellent customer service

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The product was great but the The service I received and the attitude that the people had there w...

4.0

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The product was great but the The service I received and the attitude that the people had there were Very disappointing. They were not friendly they acted like I was putting themselves out I may go to a different store to get my home products because it happened twice he would say thank you and they just pretend like he didn’t even exist it was just pretty bad Specially when I spent so much money

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The East Madison store seems to have persistent staffing problems with cashiers. It's not a "one...

1.0

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The East Madison store seems to have persistent staffing problems with cashiers. It's not a "one off" situation, because I have encountered it multiple times over the past several years. I went to the store last night at 7:20PM to buy two, large bags of potting soil and two bags of lava rock. When I entered the store, I discovered that there were no carts. I asked the young lady at the door if they had any carts for customers. She looked and said with a very bored tone of voice, "No, they must all be outside." Since she was a store employee whose sole function was to watch the entrance, one would think that she would have ensured that more carts were being brought in and sanitized as the supply was depleted. Since I couldn't do my shopping that night due to no carts, I proceeded to the exit door. I noticed that once again there were no cashiers staffed. Every checkout lane was closed. The only option was self-checkout with the touch screens. In light of the current pandemic, that is not a customer friendly option. Germs love touch screens. I went back to the store this afternoon at about 3:30PM. The store was packed with customers, so social distancing was very difficult if not impossible. That was what I was trying to avoid by going last night. After I loaded my purchases in a cart, I went to the service desk and asked to speak to a manager. The gentleman paged Wendy to the desk. Wendy was very empathetic and understood my frustration with the lack of cashiers on multiple occasions. She told me that they were having difficulty retaining staff. After I explained everything to Wendy and gave her my contact information, I went to the only open checkout lane in the store. I was fourth in line. Before the line moved forward, a staff member closed the gate at the checkout and told all of us that the checkout lane was now closed. It was the only one open! She said everyone had to use the self-checkouts. The store was packed with customers in the middle of the afternoon, and there were now no cashiers working. I went back to the service desk and asked the same gentleman I spoke with before to page Wendy back. I explained to him what had just happened. Instead of being empathetic or apologizing, he adopted a very surly attitude and said, "Well, our employees need breaks, too!" While that is true, good customer service means ensuring that someone else is available to replace the person going on break. Not everyone can take their break at the same time. When Wendy returned, I told her what had happened. She was visibly frustrated over the situation and strode toward the checkout lanes. I followed. She found one lane with a cashier who was working with another customer. She told me to go there to check out even though the light over the checkout lane was turned off suggesting it was closed. After about a minute, the cashier looked at me and said she was closed! I told her that the manager had just told me to get in her line to check out. Wendy then came back over and logged on to the adjacent cash register to check me out. I have never seen such a poorly staffed and managed store in my life. The fact that this is happening more and more often at this particular store tells me that management is not addressing the problem. The store is conveniently located for me, but the customer service there is deplorable.

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Be careful of overcharging and charging you for multiple numbers of products when you are only pu...

2.0

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Be careful of overcharging and charging you for multiple numbers of products when you are only purchasing one. Worst experience ever in a Home Depot

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As of the end of May 2020 during the Covid pandemic I would not recommend going to this store. I ...

1.0

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As of the end of May 2020 during the Covid pandemic I would not recommend going to this store. I saw more customers wearing masks than employees, and social distancing was not enforced, leading to lots of people in aisles. Employees were grouped together talking to each other with no masks on, and customers were sitting on furniture Prior to Covid it wasn’t an issue and I would’ve rated the store higher Unless the store starts enforcing the safety of it’s employees and customers I will probably shop elsewhere for the time being

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Employees were very friendly. Vanessa in particular was awesome! It was hard to believe the store...

5.0

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Employees were very friendly. Vanessa in particular was awesome! It was hard to believe the store only had two actual lanes open other than self check out. There was a line of about 12 people waiting and getting frustrated. Additionally, we were blocking isles and customers were getting upset. Vanessa took it upon herself to take about 6-7 customers over to the service department to check us out. It was a huge relief for all of us! Employees that take initiative should definitely be recognized.

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This store seems to have a persistent problem with cashier staffing. Once again tonight, every ch...

1.0

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This store seems to have a persistent problem with cashier staffing. Once again tonight, every checkout lane, including at the Pro Center, was closed. An employee told me that all customers had to use the self-checkout, since there were no cashiers. That is deplorable customer service. In light of the current health situation, I refused to use self-checkout equipment that hundreds of people had used today. An employee wiped down one or two touch screens, but the equipment was not being sanitized after every customer. When I asked someone at the paint desk if I could pay for my purchases there, he said no. He directed me to the garden center. I was tempted to leave my purchases behind and go to another home improvement store that actually staffs cashiers. This is the second time I have filed a complaint about the lack of cashiers at this store. It is an ongoing problem that store management is not addressing. I asked for a manager tonight and was told that there was none on duty.

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