We are blending the best of our industry-leading companies under the HD Supply name and platform to bring you unprecedented access to the hospitality products, services and solutions your business demands—and ensure you get the supplies, people and tools you rely on. We're working hard to make the upcoming transition easy for you. Look for more information soon. We'll be here for you, every step of the way.
Get thousands of hospitality-specific and MRO products, plus the store accessibility you enjoy today.
From brand conversions to installation services, you'll be connected to our industry experts and fully-vetted contractors.
On the web or on the mobile app, you'll have easy access to your custom pricing, money saving offers and time-saving tools.
Our national distribution network allows for coast-to-coast service with safe, flexible options on orders more than $50*.
*No minimum order required; $10 handling fee on orders less than $50.
Have Questions? We're Here to Help.
For questions about the integration, your account or any other concerns, please reach out to your sales professional or contact customer care.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does this change mean to my Home Depot Pro account?
Starting in August 2021, you will have a single HD Supply account for your wholesale hospitality and maintenance repair purchases. All of your go-forward wholesale orders will be processed through this HD Supply account. More information on the Home Depot Pro account changes is coming soon.
What are the added benefits of being an HD Supply customer?
Beyond expanded products, competitive pricing and great service, you'll also get:
• An expanded assortment of products that meet your brand mandates
• An industry-leading team of hospitality specialists built to service your specific needs
• Combined product strength for a full line of janitorial and dilution system solutions
• Online tools like Easy Subscriptions™, PartsLink™ and our pool testing resource
• Brand conversions and installation services provided by our expert, fully-vetted contractor network
What are the policy differences, such as those for returns and deliveries, between Home Depot Pro and HD Supply?
We're working hard to ensure that all the great benefits you enjoy remain in place. We'll share an update with you very soon.
Will you continue to support eProcurement integrations?
Yes. We're pleased to continue to support your preferred eProcurement shopping channels.
Can I still shop online with my Home Depot Pro website?
For now, you may continue to shop and order online and through all of your preferred Home Depot Pro channels. Starting in August, you will order exclusively through your new or existing HD Supply account.
Can I still shop in Home Depot stores with my ProPurchase account?
Yes, you can continue to enjoy in-store shopping convenience with the ProPurchase card at Home Depot locations nationwide.
Will my pricing change?
We are committed to delivering the highly competitive pricing you have come to expect. We're working now to align the pricing of our two industry-leading businesses to ensure the best possible outcome for our customers.
What resources are available to help me?
Your sales professional and customer service will assist with your immediate questions. Coming soon, we'll share additional resources and tools to support your easy migration to HD Supply. This includes a special Customer Care phone number and email with agents dedicated to addressing your transition questions and needs.
Why did The Home Depot acquire HD Supply?
HD Supply complements The Home Depot's existing MRO business with a robust product offering, value-added service capabilities, an experienced salesforce and an extensive, MRO-specific distribution network throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Why was HD Supply chosen as the name for the combined wholesale business?
Adopting the HD Supply name signals our commitment to serving the unique needs of the professional customer within the MRO and distribution spaces as a standalone business. It also represents a return to our roots: the HD Supply name and logo were originally developed when the company was owned by The Home Depot.