Moore's True Value Hardware

★★★★☆
  • 7070 Seminole Pratt Whitney Rd

    Loxahatchee, FL 33470

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  • 561-333-5090

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Been going to Moores since '88 all 3 locations.. Great memories when on Southern! (nice little tackle shop next door too..) Nowadays, they are usually my first choice, mainly to save my time, but they do have a great selection too.. a couple bucks more, but you save 3 hours going back and fourth to town. Another big reason is, if you don't support your local vendor, they will be gone.. I have been buying my chlorine, Morton green salt, plus much more for all my projects... also recently bought a nice steel 182.00 wheelbarrow. Cashiers, general store help always great and polite..

Last weekend, I bought about 80.00 of materials, including gray conduit, GFI, fittings. Mgr helped me find the fittings.. He carried the 8 10' lengths to the back of the store.. I paid and went back to load everything up.. asked the mgr for a bit of twine to secure my topper.. he snapped: here!! little 2' piece of lawnmower pull cord tossed to me!! Came back and asked again.. He shouted: Dude!! how much you want!! As he produced a roll of twine and started jerking many feet of it off the roll.... I asked him if trying to secure items just purchase from his store was unreasonable..??? Getting ready to pull away.. I had to come back and ask him.. "are you the owner?".. "no the mgr".. told me some store history.. I said nothing.. I then left.. I might go back for small hardware purchases that are a benefit to me, but that's it.. I know people have bad days, but I have basically been treated the same on quite a few occasions.. (same person). There is no excuse for rudeness.. especially when competing against the big Two, Home Depot and Lowes.. repeat, long time customers should be valued.

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★★★☆☆

Been going to Moores since '88 all 3 locations.. Great memories when on Southern! (nice little tackle shop next door too..) Nowadays, they are usually my first choice, mainly to save my time, but they do have a great selection too.. a couple bucks more, but you save 3 hours going back and fourth to town. Another big reason is, if you don't support your local vendor, they will be gone.. I have been buying my chlorine, Morton green salt, plus much more for all my projects... also recently bought a nice steel 182.00 wheelbarrow. Cashiers, general store help always great and polite..

Last weekend, I bought about 80.00 of materials, including gray conduit, GFI, fittings. Mgr helped me find the fittings.. He carried the 8 10' lengths to the back of the store.. I paid and went back to load everything up.. asked the mgr for a bit of twine to secure my topper.. he snapped: here!! little 2' piece of lawnmower pull cord tossed to me!! Came back and asked again.. He shouted: Dude!! how much you want!! As he produced a roll of twine and started jerking many feet of it off the roll.... I asked him if trying to secure items just purchase from his store was unreasonable..??? Getting ready to pull away.. I had to come back and ask him.. "are you the owner?".. "no the mgr".. told me some store history.. I said nothing.. I then left.. I might go back for small hardware purchases that are a benefit to me, but that's it.. I know people have bad days, but I have basically been treated the same on quite a few occasions.. (same person). There is no excuse for rudeness.. especially when competing against the big Two, Home Depot and Lowes.. repeat, long time customers should be valued.

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Moore's Hardware used to be at State Rd. 7 and Southern Blvd. It was the first hardware store to serve the western community. When Southern was expanded it was torn down to make room for the road. Then they moved to Loxahatchee. They are a great help to me. Whenever I, need something to complete a job I'm working on, They always seem to have it on hand. A lot of times they saved me an extra trip, time and money. Its always a great help to have this store in the area.

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Moore's Hardware used to be at State Rd. 7 and Southern Blvd. It was the first hardware store to serve the western community. When Southern was expanded it was torn down to make room for the road. Then they moved to Loxahatchee. They are a great help to me. Whenever I, need something to complete a job I'm working on, They always seem to have it on hand. A lot of times they saved me an extra trip, time and money. Its always a great help to have this store in the area.

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