Founded in 1978, The Home Depot is the fastest growing retailer in U.S. history. From the beginning, The Home Depot developed strategic product alliances directly with industry-leading manufacturers to deliver on the most exclusive assortments to customers. To start utilizing The Home Depot’s government contract, participants may visit the more than 1900 retail stores across North America. Home Depot offers thousands of high-quality merchandise and services, including construction building supplies, operations & maintenance.
The Home Depot, through U.S. Communities, is proud to deliver program participants comprehensive solutions that range from basic maintenance products to professional installation and repair. Each solution is customized to fit your agency’s specific needs.
Online purchasing available for Home Depot through Marketplace. The first 200 to place an online order receive a free $10 gift card. Details.
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Lowest possible price on bulk orders for government purchases. This program was specifically created for procurement professionals to assist with large scale projects. Purchases of $2,500.00 or more qualify for possible price adjustments.
Renovation Services (including material and labor) project quotes
How do I place an order with Home Depot?
To enroll in the U.S. Communities program with The Home Depot: Go to the Home Depot-U.S. Communities webpage.
That completes the registration process, enabling access to The Home Depot U.S. Communities program. To customize access and/or account management, call 866-589-0690.
Who can participate?
States, State Agencies, Counties, Cities, Schools, Colleges and Universities, Non-Profits and Special Districts.
Does my agency need to be a member of ASBO, NACo, USCM, NIGP or NLC to participate?
No. Any qualified agency can participate in the program.
My state requires local governments to bid everything. Can local governments in my state use this program without going out to bid?
Yes. This contract has been competitively bid by a government agency. Through the Joint Powers Authority or an inter-local agreement, local governments can "piggy-back" this competitively bid contract through U.S. Communities. This satisfies the competitive bid requirements in most states. See state by state laws on intergovernmental purchasing.
What does a government agency need to do in order to participate?
Complete the free online registration found on the U.S. Communities website. During the registration process, you will be asked to mark suppliers you are interested in. The suppliers that you select will contact you with detailed pricing and ordering information.
Is there a fee associated with joining U.S. Communities?
No, there are no costs or user fees to the local agency to participate or register.
If my agency already has an account with Home Depot, do I need to set up a new account?
No. Contact your Home Depot Account Representative at USCommunitiesregistrations@homedepot.com to have the U.S. Communities program linked to your existing account.
Does the competitive pricing apply, regardless of quantity?
Using Home Depot and the U.S. Communities program assures an agency they are getting a very competitive price on any size order. There are no costs, minimum quantity requirements or spend limits associated with using the Home Depot U.S. Communities program.
Does the USC contract allow me to procure Labor and Services?
Yes. Home Depot Installation Services and Renovation Services are part of the contract.
How does it save time and money?
The key value for the agency is resource savings. On average, U.S. Communities participating agencies will save 5% over traditional procurement practices. Most agencies today are spread too thin. Agencies are downsizing administrative departments, and retiring or departing purchasing and maintenance positions are left unfilled. The U.S. Communities program provides a mechanism to save the time and costs associated with obtaining quotes or preparing bids. The time savings allow the department to accomplish its work tasks more efficiently with the personnel on hand.
How can my agency participate in the U.S. Communities program?
Complete the online registration.
Can more than one person at my agency register?
Yes, additional users can register by completing the standard registration process; the system will automatically unify all registrations that use the same TIN under one agency account. Alternately, existing users can add new users from within their account.
Direct ship to warehouse or job site is available on Bulk Orders.