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As a leading home improvement retail chain, Home Depot has implemented numerous features to ensure those with a disability or other physical condition can shop with ease.

So if you feel that you may need additional support in-store, you may be wondering whether Home Depot has motorized or handicap carts and wheelchairs? Here’s what I’ve found out!

Does Home Depot Have Motorized/Handicap Carts & Wheelchairs In 2021?

Home Depot provides motorized/handicap carts and wheelchairs as of 2021. Customers can also receive additional support from an associate while entering and exiting the store, reaching elevated items, and navigating the store. Although Home Depot primarily offers electric scooters, manual wheelchairs may also be available.

If you want to learn more about whether Home Depot allows assistance animals, whether it has reserved parking for people with disabilities, and much more, keep on reading!

Does Home Depot Have Motorized/Handicap Carts?

Home Depot’s ethos promotes diversity and inclusion by treating both customers and team members with respect.

In support of those with physical ailments, Home Depot facilitates motorized or handicapped carts and electric scooters.

If you plan to use these amenities, you should be aware that the carts and scooters, by default, may stop working past a certain barrier point as you leave the store.

You may ask a member of staff for additional support in and out of these facilities.

Note that most stores typically offer 2-4 motorized or handicapped carts and electric scooters. You should call the store ahead of your visit to ensure one is available.

Does Home Depot Have Wheelchairs?

Home Depot predominantly offers electric scooters to customers that struggle to navigate through the store alone, but manual wheelchairs may also be available.

Ask a store associate from the customer service desk to see if they supply manual wheelchairs. The stores should also facilitate steady wheelchair ramps for users.

Can A Home Depot Employee Assist Me If I Need Help?

Store associates are there to help with heavy lifting, reaching products from elevated points, and assisting with navigation around the store.

Customers that are already in a wheelchair, motorized cart, or electric scooter can also gain assistance such as pushing a wheelchair, collecting items, or moving a shopping cart.

If you struggle to move around, you may be interested in Home Depot’s curbside pickup.

Under this purchase option, simply place your order online, receive the pickup confirmation, and drive to the store you selected where an associate will carry your order to your vehicle.

Note that upon arrival, you will need to show your notification for collection.

Does Home Depot Allow Assistance Animals?

In compliance with ADA regulations, Home Depot classifies service dogs as assistance animals.

Due to this, they are allowed at any customer point of the store without any restrictions.

However, keep in mind that Home Depot does hold the right to inquire about your animal while in the store.

Does Home Depot Have Parking Reserved For People With Disabilities?

Home Depot’s parking lots provide parking spaces exclusively for disabled guests. If you use one of these spaces, you may need to display a valid disabled parking permit.

These spaces should offer extended space on either side of the bay to help wheelchair users maneuver more easily.

Note that the car park is free to use and is generally open during regular store hours of 6AM until 9-10PM from Monday to Saturday, and 8AM until 8PM on Sundays.

Does Home Depot Have Accessibility Features Online?

‘How To’ videos on Home Depot are one of the online retailer’s most unique features.

In these videos, Home Depot implements subtitles and audio descriptions to help deaf or hard-of-hearing customers understand the content.

A range of these articles also focuses on how to make rooms or aspects of your home more accessible.

These include ‘How to Make a Bathroom Handicap Accessible’ and ‘How to Make Stairs Handicap Accessible.’

Additionally, the articles also link the products used in the tutorial to ensure they are easily reachable.

Can I Buy Motorized/Handicap Carts & Wheelchairs At Home Depot?

You can buy motorized/handicap carts and wheelchairs in the Mobility Aids aisles within the health and wellness section of a Home Depot store or online.

In this section, you’ll find a wide variety of wheelchair types, accessibility ramps, walkers, mobility equipment, and mobility canes for sale.

Manual wheelchairs at home depot are equipped with 4 wheels, footrests, armrests, and push handles, and range in price from $120-$634.99.

Additionally, while some products offer additional leg supports and seat belts for extra security, others offer a longer reclining back.

If you are looking to learn more, you might also be interested in reading up on whether or not Sam’s Club has motorized carts, if Costco has motorized carts, and if CVS rents wheelchairs.

Conclusion

Home Depot offers motorized/handicap carts and manual wheelchairs to its customers, subject to availability at the time of visit. Additionally, stores are equipped with wheelchair ramps.

Disabled customers can receive assistance with shop navigation, curbside pickup, and entering and leaving the store. HomeDepot.com also provides subtitles on its videos.

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Michigan Home Depot stores set to do away with hot dog carts

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DETROIT – Hot dog carts in Home Depot stores were shut down when the pandemic started, but they won’t be reopening.

All Metro Detroit Home Depot stores are removing the hot dog carts. Bill Loizon is known as “The Hot Dog Guy.” He had hot dog carts in Home Depot stores for 20 years.

Loizon had four carts in four locations. He said his employees stayed on for years.

“They’re like family. I had to call them the other day. It is hard to say goodbye and tell them they’re done,” Loizon said.

Home Depot released the following statement:

“In March 2020, our in-store food vendors were asked to close for the safety of customers and associates, and the decision has been made to suspend food vendor operations in Michigan so we can focus on serving customers with their home improvement needs. This news was shared with vendors a couple weeks ago, and we appreciate the years and partnership and wish them well in their future business.”

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Good Samaritan in Georgia thwarts Home Depot shoplifting suspect with shopping cart

Stunning video from police in Peachtree City, Georgia, shows an unknown man heroically pushing his shopping cart in the path of a suspected thief on the run. Peachtree City is about 32 miles southwest of Atlanta.
It all began January 18 when Peachtree City Police responded to a Home Depot after reports of two men attempting to shoplift, Sgt. Chris Hyatt tells CNN.
When officers approached the two men in the parking lot, they fled on foot. That's when the unknown hero saw the chase coming toward him, and he activated his shopping cart to thwart the getaway, Hyatt said.
Police were able to catch up with one of the suspects who was hit by the cart and arrest him. He was found with "small ticket items," Hyatt said, and was charged with felony theft and misdemeanor obstruction of justice. The other suspect escaped with stolen power tools in an unknown vehicle, Hyatt said.

CNN's Melissa Alonso contributed to this report.

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DIY-ers, rejoice! Home Depot's hot dog carts back in business in Fort Collins

Working on a home project this weekend? 

After 16 long months, you can once again treat yourself to a post-Home Depot hot dog.

Schmickel's — a pair of locally-owned hot dog carts that have been stationed outside Fort Collins' two Home Depot locations for 16 and 13 years, respectively — reopened Saturday. The carts had been closed due to restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic since March 17, 2020.

Since reopening Saturday, Schmickel's owner Gary Block said 90% of the customers he's seen leaving Harmony Road's Home Depot stop to say, "You're open! We missed you guys!"

And even before that, while Schmickel's was in the midst of its 16-month closure, Block said regulars would often stop him on the street and ask when they'd be back to Home Depot.

"We were definitely missed," Block said. 

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Block, whose full-time job is typically running Schmickel's year-round, said he's been in survival mode these past 16 months, working odd jobs, "and just keeping it together."

"We were making sure we'd be ready to go if (Home Depot) told us we could open," Block said. That call came earlier this month, he added. 

Tracey Lanteri serves a hot dog for a customer in the first week that the Schmickel's hot dog cart has returned outside Home Depot in Fort Collins, Colo. on Tuesday, July 20, 2021.

Within a couple weeks, Schmickel's was back in business and restocked with its standard offerings of hot dogs, bratwursts and famous wild game sausages.

Schmickel's is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the south Home Depot, 4502 John F. Kennedy Pkwy., and 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily at its north location, 1251 E. Magnolia St.

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Home Depot "Add to cart" solution for Explorer / Chrome / Firefox / Safari

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Feb 14th, 2016 10:55 pm
2Riskit[OP]
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Feb 14th, 2016 10:55 pm

Home Depot "Add to cart" solution for Explorer / Chrome / Firefox / Safari

Are you having trouble with the "add to cart" button on Home Depot web page

try this


In Win explorer
1. Press F12
2. Right side Find "add to cart"
3. Remove the "disable" (double click, and delete)
4. Now add to cart



In Google Chrome
sumash wrote: ↑Here is how to change the HTML to enable "Add to Cart". I just tried using Google Chrome, not sure how to do it in Firefox/IE
1. Open the link using Chrome.
2. On the top-right, open the menu, Choose "More tools" -> "Developer Tools", or using shortcurt (Ctrl + Shift + I)
3. Under "Elements", use shortcut "Ctrl + F" to search "add to cart", you will see a yellow highlight, remove the "disable" on left (double click, and delete)
4. THere you go. Paypal does not seem to work.

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In Firefox

In Safari
jkam wrote: ↑For Safari, you have to enable the Develop menu. It's in the settings under Advanced.

Then, right click the Add to cart button or whatever button you want to enable and select "Inspect Element"

Find the button in the HTML code and delete "disabled"

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Feb 15th, 2016 12:07 pm
lorenzo1000
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Feb 15th, 2016 12:07 pm

Thanks for the instructions. Worked for me in I/E. Not sure why this seems to be an issue for Home Depot for items that clearly say they are in stock in their stores. Maybe I'm missing something though?
Feb 15th, 2016 2:12 pm
brunes
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Feb 15th, 2016 2:12 pm

Isnt it ridiculous you have to do this???
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Feb 16th, 2016 7:53 pm
2Riskit[OP]
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Feb 16th, 2016 7:53 pm

brunes wrote: ↑Isnt it ridiculous you have to do this???
what I find interesting is that Home Depot.com does not have this bug, thus I think it is not a bug but done on purposes
Feb 16th, 2016 8:46 pm
embguy
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Feb 16th, 2016 8:46 pm

Some trick does not work for pages which does not have the Add to cart button greyed out.
Example: https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.20v- ... |11365101|

Any solution to this one.

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I just order a Husky 1.5 ton racing jack online and pickup at store using this trick on Chrome browser.
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
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Fido $5 4GB plan with a free tablet, $0 FPL home phone.
Apr 3rd, 2016 12:30 am
embguy
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Apr 3rd, 2016 12:30 am

HD has plug this loophole. When I did the trick and click the "Add To Cart" button and I got this message
"We’re sorry, this product cannot be added to your cart."

I have tried FireFox and Chrome. Both gave me the same message.
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
Public Mobile $35 5GB, $11 250MB, 2x $5 50min/50text, Zoomer $40.5 6GB plan,
Fido $5 4GB plan with a free tablet, $0 FPL home phone.
May 2nd, 2016 12:31 pm
jjege
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May 2nd, 2016 12:31 pm

embguy wrote: ↑HD has plug this loophole. When I did the trick and click the "Add To Cart" button and I got this message
"We’re sorry, this product cannot be added to your cart."

I have tried FireFox and Chrome. Both gave me the same message.
yup same thing
May 2nd, 2016 3:16 pm
kirkhammett
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Jan 22, 2014
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May 2nd, 2016 3:16 pm

Everyone and their mother started messing with the website and this is what happens when you over share a hack.
Jul 25th, 2016 7:52 pm
CarsonKT
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Jul 25th, 2016 7:52 pm

I guess this doesn't work anymore, they run the "stock check" script now, even the button is enabled I can't get any success.
Jun 18th, 2020 6:07 pm
sidde0
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Jun 18th, 2020 6:07 pm

This method doesnt work any longer. HD changed their coding.

Maybe a programmer can help out.
Jun 18th, 2020 6:12 pm
death_hawk
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Jun 18th, 2020 6:12 pm

sidde0 wrote: ↑ This method doesnt work any longer. HD changed their coding.

Maybe a programmer can help out.
Thanks for updating us on something we knew about 4 years ago.
Do you not have anything else to do rather than argue with strangers on the internet
Nope. That's why I'm on the internet arguing with strangers. If I had anything better to do I'd probably be doing it.
Jun 21st, 2020 10:12 am
sidde0
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Jun 21st, 2020 10:12 am

death_hawk wrote: ↑ Thanks for updating us on something we knew about 4 years ago.
What you talking about Phyllis??? I was able to use the previous method as recent as last year.
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