ABOUT HOME DEPOT CANADA
Home is where the heart is. But it's also where the money is for many Canadian homeowners. As one of the biggest financial investments Canadians will make in their lifetime, home ownership comes with the inevitable financial responsibility of maintenance and home improvement. Home Depot is one of Canada's largest home improvement and construction chains, with over 180 stores Canada-wide. Operating in all ten provinces, the retailer offers an expansive selection of tools and products as well as services like carpet installation, kitchen design, basement renovations and many others. Home Depot Canada competes with other home improvement retailers like Rona or Lowe's.
Whether you want to do it yourself or call the pros for your next project, Home Depot has you covered every step of the way. And while the retailer is happy to provide professional services, the Home Depot focus is centered around helping homeowners acquire the skills to take care of their properties. The Home Depot offers friendly in-store and over-the-phone help as well as a comprehensive Know-How Center on their website with valuable tips and instructions for basic home-maintenance jobs such as preparing your home for winter, installing a toilet, repairing a leaky faucet or replacing a cracked tile.
Homedepot.ca is a great alternative to shopping in-store. The retailer offers most of their inventory through their website, including large appliances, tools and home decor items. Since the store inventory can be quite extensive, Homedepot.ca allows shoppers to narrow down their results by price, size and even user ratings. The website is an invaluable resource with tips and advice on choosing the right products for your home and instruction on how to use them safely.
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND
Whether you're shopping in-store or online, there are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to item availability and getting your items.
- Not all items are available both in-store and online. For instance, many home decor and furniture items are only available online, whereas paint and lumber are only available in-store.
- Not all items can be shipped. Most building materials can be purchased online, but picked up in-store only.
- Tool rental is available in-store only. Check availability by selecting your store on Homedepot.ca.
GETTING THE DEALS
Most deals at The Home Depot and Homedepot.ca are weekly or daily price reductions that will already be reflected in the prices. For those types of deals, just click on the offer and head over to Homedepot.ca to make your purchase (the site will open in a new tab on your browser). Shop as you normally would, but remember to watch for items that do not ship and would require pick-up.
For deals involving coupons, click on the deal and copy the coupon code to your clipboard for later use. Shop as you usually would on the Homedepot.ca website. Once you're done shopping, click on the cart icon near the top-right hand corner of your page. Your cart summary will open, listing the items you've selected. At the bottom of the item list, under the shipping estimator, enter the coupon code you've copied into the "Promo Code" field and hit "Enter". You should see the price adjusted in your total.