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Henery Hardware Acquires Hadlock Building Supply and Deer Park Ace Hardware

As part of an aggressive growth strategy, Henery Hardware Inc., acquired Hadlock Building Supply in Port Hadlock, Washington, and Deer Park Ace Hardware in Deer Park, Washington, growing their operation to six locations across Washington state. These acquisitions strengthen each locally owned business’s commitment to providing high-quality home improvement products and comprehensive services to their pro and DIY customers alike. 

“We’re always looking for new growth opportunities, and the combination of geographic location, thoughtful business practices and comprehensive customer service at Hadlock Building Supply and Deer Park Ace Hardware made both acquisitions a great fit,” said Henery Hardware owner Matthew Henery. “We’re excited to have joined forces with such well-established home improvement businesses and expand our presence in the Washington market.”

Henery Hardware has been a Do it Best member-owned business since 1994, and Henery has already begun transitioning Hadlock Building Supply and Deer Park Ace Hardware from their current co-op affiliations to Do it Best. Both stores will undergo a complete store reset, including interior and exterior upgrades, layout updates and product additions.

“We were energized by the potential of these two locations, and we jumped into renovations with both feet—and our co-op partner has been right alongside us,” said Henery. “The modern colors and clean lines of the new store design will create a welcoming environment for pros and DIY shoppers alike, and the retail performance team is helping me build strategic assortments for each market.”

Henery says he plans to retain all Hadlock Building Supply and Deer Park Ace Hardware associates.

“They’re experienced experts who know our products inside and out, and the family of Henery Hardware business would only benefit from keeping them on,” he says.  

Learn more here about the increase in consolidation in the independent home improvement channel and what it means for the future of the industry.

About Lindsey Thompson

Lindsey joined the NHPA staff in 2021 as an associate editor for Hardware Retailing magazine. A native of Ohio, Lindsey earned a B.S. in journalism and minors in business and sociology from Ohio University. She loves spending time with her husband, two kids, two cats and one dog, as well as doing DIY projects around the house, going to concerts, boating and cheering on the Cleveland Indians.

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