How Home Depot Is Preparing Its Stores For Reopening

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In case you missed the news, Home Depot is reopening this weekend after about a month of functioning for just delivery and curbside pickup. As of May 8, Home Depot’s garden centres will be open and its stores will be reopening on May 9.

Wondering what to expect when shopping in-store? There are some serious safety precautions taking place.

It goes without saying that Home Depot stores will be limiting the number of customers allowed in-store at a time, just like grocery shopping. There will also be markings on the floors, plexiglass screens, and added signage to help customers and associates maintain safe distances.

In addition to that, Home Depot is also increasing the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting throughout stores.

While each store focuses on bringing you the best and safest shopping experience, keep in mind that some stores will be pausing its curbside pickup service so it’s best to check before you leave your house.

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Another thing to be aware of is the fact that Home Depot will not be accepting any returns until after May 19.

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