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More Project Time, Less Shopping Time: Home Depot

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Ever since I bought my own house, I’ve found I spend a lot more time in the home improvement stores than I previously did. Growing up, I was never the most hands on person around the house. In fact, I probably caused more messes and wrecks than I ever learned how to put them back together. For me, there’s something about owning something yourself that makes you take ownership of your things. Since I’ve had my house I’ve learned all about gardening, changing light fixtures, HVAC systems, toilets, plumbing and the art of painting. For whatever reason, I was much more willing to help out, and learn, in the kitchen then I ever was with every day home repair. When I started making two and three trips a day to the home improvement store I knew I needed a way to cut down on my trips and time searching the store. Fortunately for me, when I discovered that Home Depot did in-store pickup, I instantly started thinking of the store as a resource, not a pain in my neck. Learn how you can save time on your trips on all your home improvement needs too.

Home Depot In-Store Pickup

Anytime I have a shop at a store that’s local to me I always check and see if they have in-store pickup to help me save time. Best Buy is a great example that I leverage for my electronics purchases. Having another national brand like Home Depot that I can leverage for in-store pickup means I never have to worry about shipping and handling with my home improvement purchases. The Home Depot in-store pickup policy is pretty straight forward and orders are typically ready within two hours of less of your order.

Home Depot In-Store Pickup

For any questions regarding how in-store pickup works at Home Depot be sure to check out their FAQ section. If you’re looking to save time on your trips out to the home improvement store I would definitely take a look at trying in-store pickup. Of course, if you have any questions about how to do a project or what items you may need Home Depot has wonderful in-store customer service. Don’t let your un-handyness hold you back from getting your home improvement projects complete.

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