Retailer launches products and seasonal programs from daily buys to a spring projects hub.
Home Depot hosted an online presentation of its spring 2023 products arriving in its stores this month.
Spring is here.
And there are new products – and programs – hitting Home Depot stores this March.
In a Spring Preview 2023 online presentation, live from Home Depot’s spring show in Las Vegas, the retailer discussed seasonal topics such as spring cleaning and spring projects and showcased products arriving at its stores.
A mix of show hosts and associates, like “the garden guys” shown here, rolled out demonstrations of everything from outdoor products such as Ridgid and Ryobi to spring cleaning products such as Ecolab, O-Cedar, and many others in segments such as lawn and gardens, grilling, outdoor furniture and outdoor décor.
In segments such as “the garden guys” Home Depot talked about everything that makes up spring home improvement, including adding style and color to backyards and gardens.
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Home Depot is also launching Special Buys of the Day; interactive workshops for DIYers of all ages, including in-store workshops for kids; and a Countdown to Spring Hub to inspire spring projects inside and outside the home with the latest trends.
“Spring is officially here at The Home Depot, and we’re ready to help our customers tackle their home projects, whether they’re staining a deck, spring cleaning or sprucing up their home’s curb appeal,” said Jeff Kinnaird, executive vice president of merchandising for Home Depot.
Here’s how The Home Depot is celebrating the busiest home improvement season of the year:
Special Buy of the Day: Customers can save daily on top products from outdoor power equipment brands like Ryobi to patio furniture from brands like Home Decorators Collection, Hampton Bay and StyleWell. These one-day, online-only sales are a great way to stock up on seasonal must-haves inside and out, and for great values, said the retailer.
Countdown to Spring Hub: Each week, Home Depot will introduce new product categories and showcase themes to inspire spring projects inside and outside the home – from creating vegetable gardens to learning about the benefits of cordless power equipment. Homeowners can visit the Countdown to Spring Hub to browse guides for ideas on transforming spring inspiration into projects.
Workshops: For those looking to level up DIY projects this spring, Home Depot will offer free, interactive livestream Virtual Workshops. From enhancing curb appeal and spring lawn prep, to how to stain a deck, how to install a vanity and more, knowledgeable associates can help customers take on projects and care for different areas of their homes. Free, in-person Kids Workshops will be available in-store on the first Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. to noon. Kids Workshops vary by location, and registration is available online.
“Some of our customers decide on a new patio set or garden bed when the first sunny day arrives, but we prepare year-round to make sure that when it's time to roll up your sleeves, The Home Depot is the destination for all things spring,” said Kinnaird.