Below is a list of the top and leading Hardware Stores in Gold Coast. To help you find the best Hardware Stores located near you in Gold Coast, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Gold Coast’s Best Hardware Stores:
The top rated Hardware Stores in Gold Coast are:
- Mitre 10
- Thrifty-Link Hardware
- Home Timber & Hardware
Mitre 10 – Supported by the wholesaling part of the business, the network of Mitre 10 and True Value Hardware stores are privately owned, passionately operated and committed to helping every customer with expert advice. Their stores have been providing millions of homeowners with solutions to their home improvement projects for over 50 years. They are part of local communities throughout the country with many of their stores located in regional Australia.
Their people have always had real knowledge about hardware and home improvement, and offer practical advice that’s not only easy to understand but could save their customers’ time and money.
Each of their privately owned stores is committed to carefully selecting the right range of products that provide customers with everything they need, and nothing they don’t. If there’s a specific product customers are looking for that’s not in stock, their stores will either recommend an alternative product or may be able to order it in for their customers.
Decorating & Painting, Design by Room, Gardening & Landscaping, Home Décor, Home Improvement, Outdoor & Entertaining, Tools
“As soon as you walk in you’re offered assistance. Something I have never seen in any hardware store. This place isn’t huge but has a huge variety. Great service and great selection all round. The staff working here make a huge difference.” – M. Rama
Thrifty-Link Hardware – Established as a national hardware chain in 1974, the Thrifty-Link brand is today synonymous with local, easy-to-understand advice and reliable, convenience hardware.
They have strength in numbers too with more than 130 stores servicing metro and regional communities across Australia. Their buying power comes from being a part of Australia’s only independent home improvement and hardware wholesaler to the industry – Independent Hardware Group – with more than 750 independently owned businesses operating under the banners Mitre 10, Home Timber & Hardware, Thrifty-Link Hardware and True Value Hardware.
All stores are family-run businesses where the person who owns the stores, runs the store. Each store is unique in its product offer to suit its local market but one thing’s for sure, each store prides itself on being their customers local hardware store. From paint, hardware and power tools to outdoor furniture, BBQs and homewares, all local Thrifty-Link has the solution.
Hardware, Tools & Auto, Kitchen & Plumbing, Garden & Outdoor, Painting & Decorating, Electrical & Lighting, Housewares & Storage
“Thank you Thrifty-Link Hardware Southport for generously donating tools towards the Griffith University ENACTUS Cambodia house building project 2017. Your support is greatly appreciated!” – Alexandra Radke
Home Timber & Hardware
Home Timber & Hardware is a diverse and growing hybrid business with both a wholesale and retail arm to their business serviced by a broad mix of independently owned-and-operated businesses and company-owned sites.
Their group’s buying power comes from their national reach of over 350 stores that operate under the retail banners Home Timber & Hardware, Thrifty-Link Hardware and Hardings Hardware. More than 80 percent of their sites are regionally based which means they are in local communities and townships across Australia.
Decades of experience in retail hardware has cemented their position as the home building specialist to the tradesperson and serious renovator, and this continues to form the backbone of who they are today.
D.I.Y. Projects, Backyard & Outdoor, Home Improvement, Garden, D.I.Y. With The Kids
“Great family run business, they have a great range for such a small store. But more importantly they know a lot about hardware very refreshing from all the clueless young people in Bunnings” – Mick Whyte