Home Depot Delivery offers premium to-door services to their customers. They offer to send their online customers all they have shopped for – for a small fee. Most importantly, Home Depot offer the Home Depot Appliance Delivery, which brings all appliances (from reduced size to large refrigerators) to their owner’s house. But there are a lot of intricate details potential customers of Home Depot should know of this delivery service.
In order to help you, the future customer of The Home Depot, get the best out of your Home Depot delivery, we’re here with a complete guide to how to order, how to check delivery, and how to prepare for it. The most important thing to note is that not all deliveries are free. The second most important thing is that there may be some that are free and that everyone can be eligible for them. We begin our Home Depot Delivery guide with a short description of their services.
About Home Depot Delivery
The Home Depot offers delivery services from all of its over 2,250 locations in the US. Details regarding when a specific delivery will arrive, what the Home Depot Delivery charge for it will be, and how the credit card will be charged largely depends on the specific Home Depot Delivery store next to the specific customer. Therefore, the best way to get these details is to call the local representative of the company. They should give any potential buyer any information they need regarding local delivery hours and fees.
With a slogan such as “save more, worry less”, it’s clear Home Depot mean business. And the most important part of the home depot delivery service is that they also offer to install for the customer any and all devices that he has bought.
About Home Depot Appliance Delivery
A smaller yet equally important part of the Home Depot Delivery services is the appliance delivery option. This option comes along with the install service, appropriately named “hook up.” This service is available for all customers of Home Depot who have bought anything from washers to dryers, to refrigerators, and to ranges. Extra hook up services are also available for devices that are more complicated to install. For these devices (such as gas ranges or dishwashers), an additional fee may be perceived for certain locations. It should stand noted that not all Home Depot locations provide install services for these devices.
About Home Depot Delivery Basic Hook Up
There are three types of basic hookup that Home Depot offers. We will be listing them along with their respective requirements:
- Refrigerator Hook Up. Home Depot will install your new refrigerator for you. For this hook up, you will need a water connection kit, an 110V grounded 3-prong outlet, and a water valve in a 6 ft. area near the hook up Next, to prepare for the Home Depot Delivery, one must measure the place and make sure the new appliance will fit perfectly. All connections must be verified and the old refrigerator must be emptied and unplugged.
- Electric Ranges & Dryers. Ranges and dryers require a 240V electric outlet close to the device. These devices will also need a specific type of outlet type, so it’s necessary to verify this before applying for hook up.
- Washers. For new washers, Home Depot requires you to have new hoses, clean, non-corroded water valves, and an 110V power outlet. Before the hook up team arrives, one must make sure that all water valves (both hot and cold) work properly.
About Home Depot Delivery Advanced Hook Up
Advanced hook up services are subject to fees and to location restrictions. For eligible customers, here are the exact options available:
- Dishwashers. These appliances require more advanced skills in order to be installed. A user must make sure all the valves are working properly and that the electrical outlet is within 6 ft. of the dishwasher’s location.
- Gas ranges & dryers. Most importantly: Home Depot Delivery will not install a gas dryer or range in a garage. For this appliance, users must make sure they have a natural gas line, a working water connection, and an 110V electrical outlet.
- Over-the-range microwaves. Home Depot Delivery also offer to install over-the-range microwaves, but they will not do any hardwiring.
Home Depot Delivery Time
Before delivery, Home Depot Delivery will contact a customer to schedule an exact timeframe. After placing an order, the customer should expect a phone call at least one day prior to the Home Depot Delivery time estimate.
On the day of delivery, a Home Depot Delivery representative will contact the customer at the time when the delivery has left their location. This normally should be at least 30 minutes prior to the Home Depot Delivery team arrival.
Home Depot Delivery Areas
Home Depot offer their Home Depot Delivery in all areas of the US where they have a location. For specific delivery area checks, customers should check this link.
Home Depot Delivery Fees
Home Depot Delivery is free for appliances over $396. A single item over $396 is eligible for free delivery. Multiple items are also eligible, but their combined value must be over $396. For appliances under that price, a delivery fee of $59 will apply.
Extra delivery fees include, but are not limited to: advanced hook up fees, fees for specific instructions on install (such as stacking appliances).