Press enter to search
Close search
Open Menu


News, analysis and products for hardware stores provided by Hardware + Building Supply Dealer.

A milestone for Tractor Supply

The farm and ranch retailer’s latest opening in California marks its 1,900th store.

Registration opens for Virtual National Hardware Show

The virtual event is scheduled for Oct. 12-15 while featuring educational events and digital product showcases.

Take a walk through a cool D.C. store, and a walk through history.

Ecommerce: Hammering out the Future Part II is available for replay

Co-op announces a growth move: partnering with Nation’s Best Holdings.

Ace Hardware Corp. reports a 493% increase in its digital business.

Register today for the second part of HBSDealer’s ecommerce webinar series.

Hammering out the Future, sponsored by Epicor

Prior to her promotion, Alison Dowell served as vice president of operations at Emery Jensen.

Retail excellence shines in Idaho, Ill. and Ind.

Meet the 2020 class of STIHL Hardware 'Superstars.'

Comp store sales grow more than 30% as TSC sees solid sales across all categories.

Nation's Best now operates in its third state following the purchase of Hall's Hardware.

Outdoor Supply Hardware establishes its own identity in the Golden State.

Meet the 2020 class of STIHL Hardware 'Superstars.'

Former IT employee of Durst Lumber & Ace Hardware scammed more than $76,000 from the dealer.

Get to know the 2020 class of STIHL Hardware All Stars

Hardware distributor reports sales are up 20% over the previous year.

The eligibility threshold for felony histories has been reduced to one year.

Ace dealer expands in Palatine Bridge, N.Y.

New yard and hardware store will open in Liberty Hill, Texas this fall

The owners of Germantown Hardware in Germantown, Tenn., have agreed to sell their business and operating assets to Central Network Retail Group.

Hardware retailer donates more than $100K to COVID-19 relief funds.

The move allows forgiveness for expenses beyond the 8-week covered period to 24 weeks.

The hardware chain feels right at home in the Kansas City area.

Brandt & Sons Ace expects a “seamless transition.”

Show More