Planning a trip to Home Depot® to get started on your next DIY project? You could get some awesome freebies if you know what to look for and where to find it. Here’s a list of all the freebies you could get at Home Depot®.
1. Sign up for the store’s emails and get a $5 coupon: When you sign up with your email ID for emails from Home Depot®, you’ll get a coupon for $5 off immediately, which you can use on your next purchase in the store (provided you spend $50 or more). You may also get pretty useful articles about DIY projects, how-tos, and weekly ads - so make sure to sign up for the email list.
2. Home Depot® offers paint retinting and shaking for free: Do you have many cans of unused paint just sitting in your garage because you no longer find the color appealing? Don’t worry - take your paint cans to Home Depot®. The retailer’s paint department will mix any other color formula of your choice into the can!
3. Grab free paint can openers, paint swatches, and stirrers: you’re at the store to get your paints mixed, you could also ask a store clerk or assistant if they can give you free paint can openers, swatches, and stir sticks. Most Home Depot® stores offer these items for free.
4. Have your glasses, rope, and lumber cut for free: Did you know you can get glasses, chains, lumber, and even your window blinds cut to the right size for free. You may, however, be charged if you require more than two free cuts. Keep in mind that the materials for which free cutting is offered will vary from one store to the other, so make sure to check with your local Home Depot® branch about this.
5.Recycle any rechargeable batteries you have: If you have rechargeable batteries, you can recycle them for free at Home Depot®. The bins for this can usually be found right at the front of the store usually.
Here’s a bonus tip for you that could come in handy if you are planning to move soon - Home Depot® occasionally also offers cardboard boxes for free. Just check with an associate if they have spare cardboard boxes.
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