Home Depot Displays & Visual Merchandising Guidelines: Off-Shelf
TPH Global builds and ships retail displays for Home Depot and other major home improvement chains for brand managers of hardware and other home improvement supplies. Our clients sell tools, gloves, safety goggles, and sliding door panels, just to name a few.
Home Depot expects your products to be retail ready with the least amount of extraneous material. In all cases, the vendor must use appropriate structural components for your displays to survive the rigors of shipping and handling. TPH’s project teams are fully trained in Home Depot’s visual merchandising guidelines, and know the questions to ask so we can be sure to deliver your products on time without damage or issues.
There are many details specific to the variety of goods sold throughout Home Depot. We will provide you with the designs and renderings complete with all required details to receive the Home Depot buyer’s approval for the following:
- General packaging standards
- Transportation: including inbound display load and packaging requirements
- Merchandising guidelines: including in-store layouts
- Display guidelines: including quarter pallets, half pallets, PDQ trays, wing stacks, and headers – and how these vary for heavy vs. lightweight products