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  • August 9, 2023
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Is it us or are Halloween decorations getting bigger and better every year? That’s certainly the case with Home Depot’s outdoor decor, especially with an item that went viral when it first came out in 2020, and again during its re-release in 2021. The 12-Foot Giant-Sized Skeleton with LifeEyes from Home Accents Holiday is so big that no other decoration on the block will compare.

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  • August 2, 2023
Home Depot's Giant Skeleton Is Back for 2023

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The Home Depot let the black cat out of the bag on Instagram: Its Halloween collection went on sale today, July 13, at 7am ET. While some fans balked at the idea of scary decorations debuting three months early, avid fans of the trick-or-treating holiday know that it’s a big deal—literally. For the fourth year in a row, The Home Depot is bringing back its famous 12-Foot Skeleton, plus new scary friends that are already selling out.

The giant skeleton is a classic now, and one that continues to draw crowds. Just last year, he sold out

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  • July 31, 2023

Now is the time to buy your Halloween decorations. Yes, you read that correctly.

While there may be over 100 days until the spookiest day of the year, stores across the United States are already dropping their Halloween decor.

On July 12, Home Depot announced that their famously massive decorations, including their headline-making 12-foot skeleton, will be available for purchase starting tomorrow, July 13.

The home improvement company noted on its Instagram account, “Honestly, these scare even us. Our full Halloween assortment will launch tomorrow, 7/13 by 7 a.m. ET. While supplies last.”

The announcement wrapped up with the smartly

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  • July 25, 2023

UPDATE: July 14, 2023, 10:59 a.m. EDT Home Depot’s summer 2023 restock of the Original 12-Foot Skeleton ($299) has officially sold out alongside its new LED lighting kit ($29.88) and three-foot mini-me ($39.88), but just over 2,500 Inferno Pumpkin Skeletons ($379) remained at the time of writing. You can sign up to receive email alerts for possible future restocks on their respective product pages — no promises — or try to buy them in person; the entire 2023 Home Depot Halloween lineup will be in stores by Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 4. Our original story follows.

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  • July 20, 2023

Ron Jarvis is out in front of The Home Depot’s most ambitious sustainability pledge to date: a plan to drastically cut emissions from its outdoor lawn equipment, the biggest contributor to the company’s carbon footprint.

The company announced a plan last month to have more than 85 percent of its sales of lawn mowers, leaf blowers and trimmers run on rechargeable batteries instead of gas by the end of fiscal year 2028 — a move it estimates will reduce more than 2 million metric tons of greenhouse gases annually. It comes as California is set to

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  • July 14, 2023

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The Home Depot’s famous 12-foot skeleton has nothing on the retailer’s latest oversize Halloween release. This year, shoppers can score a Jack Skellington figure that measures a staggering 13 feet tall, making it the largest piece of spooky decor we’ve seen yet. The lawn ornament looks just like the Pumpkin King from Disney’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” — black pinstripe suit, hollow eyes, and

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  • February 15, 2023

MACOMB TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A Home Depot thief from Iowa had a trail of stolen items falling out of his coat as he fled police officers in the Macomb County store’s parking lot, according to authorities.

Deputies were called Wednesday (Jan. 11) to the Home Depot on Hall Road in Macomb Township. When they arrived, workers told them two men were inside hiding merchandise inside coats.

Both men passed the registers without paying and left the store, police said. They tried to get into a vehicle while being approached by deputies, but then took off on foot, according to

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  • February 14, 2023

EDMOND, Okla. (KFOR) – An Oklahoma Army veteran used his garage as a workshop, building thousands of dollars worth of furniture for fellow veterans and programs to help with PTSD.

But when his garage burned down, his good deeds came to a halt.

On Tuesday, however, came another good deed – this one from a team of volunteers from Home Depot, who went to his Edmond home to rebuild his garage for free.

“I had a fire, a piece of my equipment shorted, and it started a garage fire and basically lost my garage,” Army Veteran William Wilson said.


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  • February 13, 2023

DSD Renewables will work with The Home Depot to install 13 MW of rooftop solar across 25 store locations in California. The installations contribute to The Home Depot’s goal to produce or procure 100% renewable energy by 2030 equivalent to the electricity needs for all its facilities.

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“Our teams have worked hand-in-hand to design solar solutions to optimally power the portfolio of 25 stores in California and effectively reduce demand on the grid,” said Jason Chiang, senior director of direct origination at DSD. “We are excited to deploy our industry-leading capabilities across this significant new portfolio and

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