8 Things Home Depot Shoppers Don't Realize They Can Get for Free

If you're working on home renovations, you'll likely make a trip or two to Home Depot.

Home renovations or repairs can be a daunting task for even the most experienced DIYers. But for hundreds of projects, from kitchen remodels to closet organization installations

Home renovation

According to the DIY website Restore Decor and More, Home Depot will also cut keys, drywall, shades, wire shelving, closet poles, metal, pipes, rain gutters, ropes, chains, and blinds.

cut keys, drywall, shades

Renting tools has its advantages. You don't have to store or maintain them. When you're done, just bring it back. We'll take care of it," Home Depot states on its website.

Renting tools

Rather than letting old paint go to waste, you can take the cans to Home Depot for free shaking on their machines.

old paint go to waste

The free paint perks don't end there. "When you buy paint or paint samples from The Home Depot, you can get free paint sticks to mix the paint and mini paint can openers which can actually double as a helpful tool for other projects," shares money-saving expert Andrea Woroch.

free paint perks

At the same time, if you order plants—including, but not limited to, houseplants, perennials, trees, holiday trees, wreaths, and garlands

trees, holiday trees, wreaths

Home Depot offers free workshops so that its "associates can help you take on projects, [and] teach you how to care for different areas of your home

offers free workshops