The 10 Best Hardware Stores in Idaho!
In Idaho, when you have a home improvement project, you want to make sure the people that are helping you are as dedicated to your success as you are. That’s why the 10 best hardware stores in Idaho are largely locally owned and operated by your neighbors, friends, and family. Check out our selection of the 10 best below.
Industrial Hardware services the Garden City and Boise, Idaho areas. They are a one-stop shop for hardware, accessories, professional contracting, and tools. Inventory categories include all kinds of bolts, nails, nuts, screws, washers, abrasives, air tools, diamond products, drill bits, electrical products, electronics, hand tools, masonry, and more.
Since 1974, Lumber and Hardware has provided lumber, hardware, rental equipment, paint and more to the fine denizens of Hailey, Idaho. They have partnered with Ace Hardware to carry brands like Dyson, Toro, Irwin, Fiskers, Black and Decker, Scott’s, and much more.
The Community True Value Hardware and Building Supply in Murtaugh, Idaho, sells just about everything you could imagine even remotely related to hardware. They’ve got your patio furniture, your outdoor power, your lawn care, your grills. They’ve got electrical and plumbing. And they’ve always got tools, how-to videos, and new bargains to check out on their site.
You’ll have to go back all the way to 1946 to learn about the origins of Tacoma Screw Products, Inc. Suffice it to say that since opening, Tacoma has become an “industry leader in the distribution of fasteners, tools, maintenance, shop and industrial supplies,” with 19th branch locations in the Pacific Northwest and over 45,000 unique products.
Rocknak’s Hardware Plus is Idaho Fall’s “Hometown Hardware Store.” They sell a towering collection of hardware supplies, including branded paint, tools and power tools, ranch and pet supplies, lawn and garden supplies, plumbing and heating supplies, building and hardware material, sporting goods, and united hardware.
Horseshoe Hardware offers vintage lighting, hardware, plumbing, bathroom fixtures, design accents, and general “Ye Olde” furniture and décor to the fine folks of Horseshoe Bend, Idaho. This online store provides “rugged, Western items,” including double horseshoe cabinet pull in antique brass, cast iron triple star coat racks, and ranger star drawer pull made from antique brass.
Evan’s Building Center in Eagle, Idaho, is “small enough to know you. Big enough to serve you,” as their slogan goes. They have a full lumber yard with free delivery in and around Ada and Canyon County. Evan’s is locally owned and operated, and has been for three decades.
Seright’s Ace Hardware opened in 1979 and has been growing ever since. Today, they sell tens of thousands of products, including the brands Ace Paint, Scotts, Kwikset, Bona, Nutro, Taste of the Wild, and Moen. They are constantly running sales, so make sure to check out their website for savings.
May Hardware in McCall, Idaho, is “More Than a Hardware Store,” according to their slogan. Established in 1934, the company is open seven days a week in all seasons and stocks a wide variety of recognizable name brands. Brands include Stihl, Weber, Steel Crest, Meyer’s, Messmer’s, Le Creuset, DeWalt, Black and Decker, and more. Check their website for a complete listing.
Glenn’s Ferry, Idaho, is home to Smith’s Hometown Hardware. Smith’s handles plumbing, mechanical issues, welding, fabrication, and general machining. They sell hardware, RV equipment, tackle, and gifts, and are open Monday through Sunday.