Tools and supplies

Whether you’re looking for good-quality hand tools, effective power tools or specialist items for specific jobs, these merchants in this directory should fit the bill. You can also source building supplies, such as paving, timber, plasterboard, bricks and blocks, guttering, drainage and roofing.

Anglia Tool Centre logoAnglia Tool Centre
Anglia Tool Centre is part of an independent family business operating since 1911 that prides itself on quality service and delivery. A specialist power tool retailer, it offers customers the most appropriate products for the job, the very latest technology and a wide range of specialist products. You can also take advantage of its free next-day delivery by 12pm for orders over £100 when ordered by 3pm or receive specialist advice by email.
B&Q logoB&Q
B&Q is a familiar sight on the high street – part of the Kingfisher group, it is the largest home improvement and garden centre retailer in the UK, with an immense range of more than 40,000 products. Its tools and supplies range encompasses everything from well-known brands to value products and aims to supply everything you need to complete your home improvement and DIY products.
B&Q Next Day logoB&Q Next Day
Need it tomorrow? Try B&Q Next Day. With more than 12,000 products available, this is the place to look when youre looking to get your hands on tools or supplies in a hurry. Whether it’s building supplies, power or hand tools, plumbing kit, electrical items or sealants and adhesives, this is your one-stop shop.
Builder Superstore logoBuilder Superstore
Builder Superstore’s ethos is to offer professional-quality building products at great value with the absolute minimum of fuss or hassle. It offers next-day delivery to most UK addresses and promises materials that stand the test of time and enable excellent craftsmanship. Its price promise on branded materials states that if you can find a product cheaper anywhere online, with the same delivery terms, you can get the difference back in cash.
Choicefu logoChoiceful
Choiceful has a large number of tools available as part of its home improvement range. Shop from a range of building and decorating supplies, find power or hand tools, stock up on sundries like nuts, bolts and hinges or stock up on workwear. This retailer aims to create a strong and well-trusted brand focused on choice, availability, value and convenience while supplying all your home improvement needs.
Coopers of Stortford logoCoopers of Stortford
Coopers of Stortford is a business based around a store opened by Bishops Stortford businessman Len Maslen in the 1940s. Offering kitchens and fitted furniture, it was combined into an existing mail order business in 2004 by another local family, the Coopers. Its carefully-chosen range of DIY essentials, tools and household products is based in a 16th-century timber-framed house in Bridge Street as well as being available online.
DIY Tools logoDIY Tools
DIY Tools is the online brand of Taylor Bros, a Liverpool-based company established in 1839. It operates from a warehouse in the city’s dock area and stocks a practical range of tools for every DIY task. The retailers website also incorporates Knobs and Knockers, supplying door furniture, locks, security equipment, hooks, brackets and bathroom fittings.
Focus DIY logoFocus DIY
Focus DIY was born in 1987 with the takeover of the Choice DIY chain and, with a series of acquisitions that for a time included Wickes, became one of the UK’s biggest DIY retailers. It currently operates more than 180 stores in addition to its website and offers an online range of DIY products including tools and hardware, timber, building materials, plumbing supplies and insulation.
Ironmongery Direct logoIronmongery Direct
Ironmongery Direct is a supplier of architectural ironmongery including door furniture, window fittings, hinges, seals, locks and latches. The company has been in business for more than 40 years and offers more than 11,500 products for next-day delivery. It also promises its customers great value and unbeatable service with staff on hand to assist with technical questions, compliance queries or offer help in sourcing the right product.
JML started life as a developer of great products, sold by many of the country´s leading retailers, and to be found on virtually every high street. Now it also offers its range direct to customers via its website, allowing you to browse through a selection of DIY and household products that includes power and hand tools, cleaning and repair products, consumables and neat solutions to tricky household and DIY problems.
Northern Tool + Equipment logoNorthern Tool + Equipment
Northern Tool is a specialist DIY retailer offering a wide range of corded and cordless power tools, air-powered tools and hand tools as well as electrical and hydraulic products, ironmongery, ladders and practically anything you need to get a job done. The company has been in business for more than 28 years, offering thousands of products including top brands, with fast delivery and low prices for those working in building trades.
Robert Dyas logoRobert Dyas
Robert Dyas is a ubiquitous presence on the UK’s high streets – and a good job too, since it sells so much useful stuff. Now you can shop there from the comfort of your armchair thanks to a website that offers DIY and decorating supplies including power tools and hand tools, ladders, benches and tool storage, painting and decorating supplies, plus a wide range of household essentials too. Definitely one to add to the list while researching any DIY project.
Screwfix logoScrewfix
DIY mega-retailer Screwfix is the last word in home improvement supplies with a vast range of professional-quality, good-value products that will help you accomplish any task you can think of. If you’re looking for anything DIY-related from a packet of screws to a complete outdoor building, this should always be your first port of call. It also regularly carries a wide range of discounts and special offers online.
Tooled Up logoTooled Up
TooledUp aims its wares at both trade and DIY customers and carries what it describes as a vast product range, offering all major brands, and helping you keep prices down with plenty of competitively-priced value products as well. Its parent company Lee Industrial Ltd, which is based in Enfield, Middlesex, has built strong relationships with major suppliers, enabling its online division to offer low prices and fast turnaround on orders.
Topps Tiles logoTopps Tiles
There’s a lot more to Topps Tiles than just tiles – the UK’s biggest tile and wood flooring specialist is also a great destination for anyone looking to source tiling tools, grouts and adhesives, tile cleaners, outdoor paving, underlay, underfloor heating products and Fila homecare products, all of which are available through the retailer’s website.
Online home and garden retailer Trueshopping has a DIY and tools department that includes a wide variety of power tools and hand tools as well as decorating sundries, engineers’ precision tools, plumbing tools, multi-tool kits, ladders, cables, levels and tool storage – so it may well have just the item you are looking for.
Wickes logoWickes
High-street giant Wickes has more than 190 stores as well as a comprehensive website sticking a wide selection of own-brand home improvement products for both DIY enthusiasts and tradesmen. Whether you’re shopping for a specific project or contemplating general repairs and maintenance, this is a must-visit DIY destination. The company aims to offer the best value for money in the DIY market and currently offers more than 8,500 products.