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About Builders Hardware & Supply

Builders’ Hardware & Supply has been in business since 1958 and prides itself on being an extremely unique company within the commercial door and hardware industry. We have been able to blend commercial contract project work, hollow metal door and frame fabrication, and expert locksmithing in order to serve our wide range of customers.

Our hybrid approach positions us to be your number one source for all the locks and hardware you’ve come to depend on us for, as well as commercial finish hardware, commercial doors and frames, and custom hardware.

About Us:

Founded in 1958 by Tom Shannon and his daughter Shirley Henry, Builders’ Hardware & Supply is a proud contributor and job provider to many in the Pacific Northwest. Through the poor economic years of the 1960’s the company survived and began to grow, thanks to the sacrifices and efforts made by loyal employees and management. Mrs. Henry passed away in 2002, but left behind a proud legacy of commitment to customer service which continues on to this day.

The Builders’ Hardware team strives daily to exceed the expectations of our customers. Our professional and knowledgeable team members provide the highest quality service and materials to Contractors, hospitals, schools and universities and many other commercial businesses throughout the Pacific Northwest. With branches in Seattle and Kennewick we are proud to share our passion to be the primary source of hardware, services and commercial doors and frames for new and returning customers on time every time.


“We care about the communities we serve. We are charitable, active, and mindful of our environment.” These words live and breathe in our Core Values.

Giving back is in our DNA. Every year Builders’ Hardware & Supply donates to several organizations. In addition to that our employees conduct fundraisers to help raise even more money to help enrich the lives of others who are experiencing extraordinary challenges.

Here are some of the beneficiaries of our funds from 2019 and 2020:

  • Seattle Children’s Hospital and Ben Towne Childhood Foundation (Children Cancer Research Foundation)
  • Habitat for Humanity