The Home Depot offers the largest selection of cordless window coverings of any retailer.

By the end of January, we will have affordable cordless blind options in all of our U.S. stores – including new choices at our opening price point. 100 percent of the corded blinds we purchase moving forward will have a break-away pull cord feature.

We will continue to expand our product line to provide even more options that are cordless or have inaccessible cords, and we’re aggressively pursuing innovative technologies with the objective of eliminating corded blinds from our stores by the end of 2018.

Meanwhile, we’ll continue to have frequent offers for free upgrades to cordless blinds throughout the year and we’ll also provide educational information in our stores, on packaging, and online that helps consumers with children in their homes select the best option.

Green Chemistry

Because The Home Depot sells a wide variety of product, we recognize our unique responsibility in helping improve products through the promotion of safer chemicals. We are committed to working with stakeholders and partners throughout the supply chain to understand chemical risks and green chemistry opportunities. We support the work of the Green Chemistry and Commerce Council (GC3) through annual membership as well as participation in the Retail Leadership Council of the GC3 to drive the advancement of green chemistry.

Size Up Your Lawn
Creating a lush green lawn can be done without harming the surrounding environment. Only fertilize actively growing grass, or use slow-release fertilizers that break down over time and supply plants with a steady supply of nutrients just when they need them. Determine the amount of fertilizer needed to grow a more perfect lawn.

Take the Home Efficiency Audit


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Maintaining a green lawn used to require a lot of time and energy — watering, fertilizing, not to mention fending off pests and weeds. However, with high-tech grass seed, water-conserving irrigation systems and eco-safe fertilizers and pest control, it has never been easier to tend to your turf with a clear conscience that you’re also doing right by the environment.

Organic Products Sold
The number of organic products sold from 2006 through 2015 at The Home Depot stores in the United States.

This number includes organic soils and fertilizers, and eco-friendly pesticides. 
Chemicals Replaced in Homes
The number of pounds of potentially harmful chemicals that have been replaced in homes due to organic product purchases from 2006 through 2015 from The Home Depot stores in the United States.
Biodegradeable Pots Sold
The number of biodegradable pots sold from 2006 through 2015 at The Home Depot stores in the United States.
Landfill Waste Avoided
Based on volume, the number of used car tires that would take up the same space in a landfill as plastic or clay pot waste avoided by using biodegradable pots sold from 2006 through 2015 at The Home Depot stores in the United States.
The above numbers are based on averages and certain assumptions. Click on a ticker for details.

Make Time for a green clean with The Home Depot

If you're going green, go to The Home Depot. We pride ourselves on being sustainability minded and offer many different environmentally friendly products. Creating a healthy home proves no exception. Watch how you clean. We can help you with green cleaning products, green cleaning supplies, organic fertilizer, organic herbs and vegetables. We offer even more ways to save and preserve the environment with recycled products, recycling ideas and a home efficiency audit. For any home improvement project or “green need,” look to The Home Depot for organic solutions.