HomeSphere Announces New National Partnership to Provide Savings to Home Builders
January 27, 2021
HomeSphere builders will earn perks through The Home Depot’s Pro Xtra loyalty program
We're excited to announce a national partnership with The Home Depot®, the world’s largest home improvement retailer. Through this industry-first partnership, HomeSphere builders will save on purchases made in-store and on homedepot.com and enjoy all of the benefits of The Home Depot’s Pro Xtra loyalty program.
“The Home Depot is the first major retailer to team up with HomeSphere’s leading network of local home builders,” said HomeSphere CEO Glenn Renner. “It opens up easy savings opportunities to our builders.”
For more than 20 years, HomeSphere’s network of nearly 2,700 home builders have accessed incentives from leading building product manufacturers on thousands of products, helping them to save millions on materials costs each year. Now, The Home Depot will connect these highly profitable builders with even more savings in the retail channel. For builders not yet participating in The Home Depot’s Pro Xtra loyalty program, it is easy to enroll and begin saving.
Savings and rewards that builders receive from the Pro Xtra program include access to The Home Depot’s Pro Desk, volume pricing on purchases over $1,500, up to 20 percent on paints, stains, and primers with lower spend thresholds for discounts, free color-matching and jobsite delivery, easy purchase tracking and perks for everyday shopping. Plus, every dollar spent on paint-supply products now count towards earning Perks and additional discounts.
“Our builders not only gain tremendous value from the combination of our two programs, but they also gain access to additional experts and resources in their markets. HomeSphere’s regional market specialists and The Home Depot’s national sales team stand at the ready to help them get more done,” said Renner. “It’s a win-win-win relationship.”
Create a free Pro Xtra account to begin saving time and money with HomeSphere and The Home Depot today.