The Home Depot’s Fourth of July Hours May Save Your Last-Minute Emergencies

published Jul 1, 2024
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The Fourth of July is a national holiday in the United States, which means many workplaces close for the day. If you’re one of the lucky ones who doesn’t have to work on Independence Day, you may be thinking about spending part of the time tending to your houseplants or outdoor space. After all, the summer heat means you want to keep your plants watered and your outdoor furniture ready for lots of lounging time. And if you’re worried about last-minute emergencies, like an overflowing toilet or broken A/C, you’ll definitely want to know if The Home Depot is open to save the day.

Sounds like a plan? Then you may also be wondering the following question: Is The Home Depot open on the Fourth of July? After all, many stores, including Costco, are closing all of their locations for the holiday. But if The Home Depot is on your shopping list, you’re in luck: All The Home Depot stores will be open for regular hours of operation on July 4, 2024. A store representative confirmed the hours to Apartment Therapy and added that customers are encouraged to check with their local stores on the Store Finder page.

The Home Depot usually comes in clutch for holidays. All stores stayed open for Memorial Day, as well as Easter and New Year’s Day — but they did close for Thanksgiving — so it’s always a good idea to check before heading over to stock up on supplies.

Now that you know The Home Depot will be open for all of your needs, keep in mind that you can pick up lots of game-changing household products other than the usual tools and gardening items. The store currently carries a sink/dishwasher combo that I’m eyeing for my tiny studio apartment kitchen. And if I decide to really go for it and buy one, I may check out their free tool options while I’m at it. It’s only too bad that it’s too early for the viral pre-lit Christmas tree to be back in stores!