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Hardware Wholesale for Builders

Many wholesale companies sell hardware for builders that require warehouse personnel and delivery drivers. Drivers often have to deal with transporting supplies to building sites which are generally areas to deliver and transport materials safely in.

Wholesalers may specialize in supplies for residential or commercial properties. They may also focus on specific equipment for sale. For example, one might sell windows and doors, another will sell furniture and cabinets. Restored furniture and hardware is another specific area, as is flooring.

Some wholesale retailers might focus on just one specific material like only carrying wooden furniture, doors and window frames. Others might sell metal fixtures and hollow metal frames. Many companies specialize in carrying smaller accessories such as knobs, hinges and chains. Many of these accessories are made of metal, brass, copper or stainless steel. Workers need to know how to keep various metals from tarnishing and what companies sell supplies such as cables and caulking equipment.

Salesmen need to be able to deal with architects, developers and contractors. With more generalized wholesalers, they may work with an architect to help find all of the hardware needed to finalize a design. At other times, they may be providing quantities of similar accessories for a large new commercial property. A builder working on a new development may go to a wholesaler for toilets or cabinets for all of the houses.

Wholesalers also need to find the right manufacturers to work with, whether they are purchasing hollow metal window frames or brass hooks and eyes. In some cases they may also sell items to the general public, like to DIY enthusiasts looking for a bargain. They may also sell boat and trailer hardware.

For the most part, however, they supply builders and developers with the hardware and accessories they need.

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1027 Highway 146, Kemah, TX 77565
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