The Home Depot is one of the coolest stores around for people who want to engage in any sort of home improvement project, and that’s why we love it. You can redo your kitchen, your bath, build a house, create a yard, make a garden and do just about anything else in your home you want with just the materials and supplies provided by this store. It’s pretty awesome. What’s even more awesome is the fact that you can do this and use your Home Depot credit card to finance your purchases for a good period of time without paying any interest charges. As long as you pay your balance prior to the end of your special financing terms, you will be good to go without ever paying any interest charges. And if you’re not sure how to make those payments, we have some suggestions for you.
Through the Mail
You can pay your Home Depot credit card payment through the mail by mailing a signed check with the correct amount due and your account number written on the bottom. Home Depot suggests mailing this at least 10 days in advance so that the bill has time to get to the company and be processed so it’s not late.
On the Phone
There is a great convenience that allows you to pay the bill over the phone with a live operator or even with an automated system. Payments are immediate and will credit to your account right away. It’s a great way to make a payment on time even at the last minute.
Go to any Home Depot location and make a payment with customer service. This is another great way to make last minute payments if you forgot to mail a bill or you just want to do a little shopping and get things done all at once. We love to consolidate our to-do list like this. It’s so much easier all around.
You can set up automatic payments to debit from your checking account each month or you can go online and make a payment each month yourself. This allows you to make your payments in a timely fashion, though you do have to make them by a certain point during the day for the payment to post that day; this is important if you’re making your payment the day it is due.
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