National Radon Action Month: 3 Ways to Test the Air Quality in Your Home


Since radon is almost undetectable as a tasteless, odorless and colorless gas, it’s not something homeowners can easily monitor – and something all too easy to forget to test for.

Today, one in 15 homes in the U.S. have high radon levels, and January has become known as the National Radon Action Month to increase homeowner awareness.

Here are three products you can use to test the radon gas levels in your own home.

The Home Depot Earns A/A- Rating Four Consecutive Years From Environmental Impact Leader CDP


The Home Depot has been recognized as a global leader on corporate climate action for efforts to reduce its environmental impact and build a more sustainable future for consumers. CDP, an environmental impact non-profit, ranked The Home Depot 2021 Climate Change score as an A- for its actions to cut carbon emissions and reduce climate risks. This marks the fourth consecutive year that the company has received an A/A- rating for its climate change efforts, while The North America regional average is a C.

Our Commitment to Supplier Diversity


According to the National Minority Supplier Development Council, minorities will constitute more than 50 percent of the U.S. population by 2045. When corporations invest in supplier diversity programs, they acknowledge the important role these businesses play in creating a landscape where we celebrate and invest in minority entrepreneurs.

Remembering Dr. King Through Community Service and a $1 Million Foundation Grant


In 1983, legislation passed to make the third Monday in January a federal holiday honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We’re still celebrating his remarkable life dedicated to American civil rights nearly 40 years later. Today, his "I Have a Dream" speech is just as impactful as it was when he delivered it on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in 1963.

Benefits of Recycling Live Christmas Trees


Nearly 350 million Christmas trees currently grow on U.S. farms, according to the National Christmas Tree Association. Throughout the trees’ typical lifespan of eight to 12 years, it absorbs carbon dioxide, emits fresh oxygen, stabilizes soil, protects water supplies, and provides refuge for wildlife.

After a Christmas tree is cut down, one to three seedlings are planted in its place. When people purchase them, they also support local economies. That environmental stewardship continues when trees are recycled.

The Home Depot Foundation Responds to Colorado Wildfires


Wildfires in Colorado typically appear in the fall, but the recent December fires in Boulder County were carried in on 100 mph winds to communities experiencing severe drought.

The Home Depot Expands Everyday Military Discount Benefit for All Veterans


The Home Depot has enhanced its military discount benefit to include all U.S. veterans, active service members and spouses every day, reaffirming the company’s commitment to serving the U.S. military community nationwide.

Operation Surprise 2021: A Season of Service


Operation Surprise is about service, community and living the company’s core values.

The Home Depot Foundation rolled out life-changing assistance and surprise moments for those in need. The goal was to paint a brighter future for our communities. Together, we:

Operation Surprise: Path to Pro Holiday Grants


The Home Depot Foundation, Home Builders Institute and Habitat for Humanity International came together on Thursday, Dec. 16, to spread some holiday cheer.

Celebrating Four Nextdoor Neighbors Who Support Their Communities


There’s no better time to explore your neighborhood than during the holiday season. Oversized decorations, timed light shows and colorful props create a winter wonderland – and Nextdoor’s Cheer Map notifies you of the best, must-see scenes in your area.


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