List of Defunct Retailers of The United States - Home Improvement

Home Improvement

  • Builderama — Georgia-based chain
  • Builders Emporium
  • Builders Square — Subsidiary of Kmart, sold off to Hechinger
  • Buck Alley Lumber — Wichita, Kansas; owned by the father of actress Kristie Alley
  • Central Hardware
  • Channel Home Centers
  • Chase Pitkin — was owned by the Wegman's family of Rochester, New York
  • Coast to Coast Hardware
  • Courtesy Hardware Store
  • Eagle Hardware & Garden — founded 1989
  • Erb Lumber — Detroit, Michigan
  • Ernst Home Centers — Seattle, Washington
  • EXPO Design Center
  • Forest City — became Handy Andy
  • Furrow's
  • Gamble-Skogmo — bought by Our Own Hardware in 1986
  • Grossman's
  • Handy Andy Home Improvement Center
  • Handy City
  • Handy Dan
  • Handyman — formerly owned by Edison Bros. Stores; closed in 1986
  • Hechinger
  • Heslop's
  • Hill-Behan
  • HomeBase
  • Home Quarters Warehouse
  • House 2 Home
  • House Works
  • Hugh M. Woods
  • Jacobs — Old Bridge, New Jersey; became a New York Sports Club, now empty store
  • Knox Lumber
  • Lechters Housewares
  • Le Gourmet Chef
  • Mr. Good Buys
  • Lindsley Lumber
  • National Lumber
  • NHD (National Hardgoods Distributors
  • Ole's — merged with Builders Emporium during the mid-1980s
  • Our Own Hardware — bought by Hardware Wholesalers in 1997
  • Pay 'N Pak
  • Payless Cashways — included Furrows & Payless; all assets liquidated as of November 2001
  • Pergament Home Centers
  • Rickel
  • Roper Lumber Company (Virginia based)
  • Scotty's Builders Supply
  • Singer Lumber
  • Triangle
  • Weatherill's
  • Yardbirds Home Center

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