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.
Welcome to your North Brownsville Home Depot. We're ready to provide excellent customer care and the supplies you need for your project.
No matter how complex your project may be, we're here to help you finish it. From Hampton Bay patio furniture
to indoor and outdoor lighting
our associates will get you in and out. Buy online and have your items delivered from the store using our product locator app
At Home Depot, getting involved in our community is important to us. We support our veterans and help with projects at VFW Post 2035. We also cover a wide variety of topics in our DIY workshops, where the focus is hands-on learning and providing you with expert advice.
You can find us south of the intersection of I-69E and Highway 550, near the Kohl's, down the street from Sam's Club. Stop by today and see what's new.
The N Brownsville Home Depot Team
Is the Home Depot 12 ft. skeleton coming back? The Home Depot 12 ft. giant skeleton made a comeback in July this year. However, if you could not get your hands on the viral sensation, we still have plenty of skeletons-themed Halloween decorations available to set the scene for spooky sights. Choose from illuminated animatronics or self-inflating pieces to adorn your lawn and smaller accents to dress up your porch for trick-or-treating festivities. Visit your N Brownsville store to see which items are available, or check out our website to view the full assortment of Halloween decorations. What Halloween Decorations are available at the Home Depot N Brownsville store? Carve out the most frightening haunted house in the neighborhood with our huge selection of blood-curdling Halloween decorations. Terrify trick-or-treaters with animatronics such as wicked witches, creepy skeletons, freaky monsters and zombies. Our outdoor décor can also transform your yard into a graveyard, cemetery or ultimate dragon lair with Halloween inflatables, figurines and dragons that breathe smoke when attached to a fogging machine. Whether your Halloween theme this year is grand or modest, spooky or silly, you can choose to shop in-store at the N Brownsville store using our award-winning app with our product locator and image search features. Additionally, if you opt to shop online, you can take advantage of our same-day delivery, in-store pickup on hundreds of items. What types of rugs does the Home Depot N Brownsville store offer? Bring warmth and comfort into any room of your home with the addition of an area rug. We offer a wide selection of rugs and mats in multiple shapes, styles, colors and patterns sure to complement your décor. Tie your living room together with a subtle, all-natural sisal rug, or make a bold statement with the retro look of a shag rug. For hallways and entryways, consider runner rugs to create a tasteful and inviting accent. Kids rugs are the perfect solution to add a dash of color and personality to playrooms. If you have stairs, give your feet some traction and comfort with stair tread covers. Don’t forget to check out outdoor rugs to add a fun accent to your patio and deck. What additional precautions is The Home Depot taking in light of COVID-19?
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.