According to current state-imposed 'shelter in place' rules, we are an essential business and are diligently taking safety precautions so we can continue serving the trades with the supplies they need to keep our country running.

Are you open?

YES! We're currently operating under normal business hours.

Will I still get my order when promised?

YES! Pending any changes to UPS's service, all of our delivery promises are accurate.

Are you taking precaution in your warehouses?

Of course! We're doing everything we can to be safe. We're practicing social distancing, spreading out shifts and providing protection for our team to wear.

Helpful Resources for Your Business

Our team is searching the internet for resources that could be valuable to you and your team and will update this page frequently!

Resources by State

Select the first letter of your state to jump to its resources.

Alabama

Alabama began reopening on April 30th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, construction tradesmen and tradeswomen, HVACR and water heating businesses, and other skilled trades remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Alaska

Alaska began reopening on April 24th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and critical infrastructure remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Arizona

Arizona began reopening on May 4th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes construction, and maintenance of utilities, including water, sewer, gas, and electrical remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Arkansas

Arkansas began reopening on May 1st. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and critical infrastructure remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

California

California began reopening on May 15th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes electricians, plumbers, contractors, and construction workers in critical spaces remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Colorado

Colorado began reopening on April 27th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes skilled trades such as electricians and plumbers remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Connecticut

Connecticut is currently limiting in-person work to essential businesses, which includes construction and vendors of essential services and goods necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation and essential operations of residences or other essential businesses. Reopening is expected to begin May 20th. Read more here.

Delaware

Delaware is currently limiting in-person work to essential businesses, which includes specialty trade contractors and companies that work on various utilities and construction applications. Reopening is expected to begin June 1st. Read more here.

District of Columbia

District of Columbia is currently limiting in-person work to essential businesses, which includes construction and building trades, plumbers, pipefitters, steamfitters, electricians, boilermakers, and other businesses that provide services that are necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation, and operation of residences and essential businesses. Reopening is expected to begin June 8th. Read more here.

Florida

Florida began reopening on May 4th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and businesses remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Georgia

Georgia began reopening on April 24th. In-person work by essential businesses remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Hawaii

Hawaii is currently limiting in-person work to 'Essential Businesses,' which includes critical trades, including but not limited to plumbers, electricians, operating engineers, HVAC, building, construction and other services necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation and essential operation of residences. Reopening is expected to begin May 31st. Read more here.

Idaho

Idaho began reopening on May 1st. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes services such as plumbers, electricians and infrastructure including construction, water, sewer, and gas remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Illinois

Illinois is currently limiting in-person work to 'Essential Businesses,' which includes construction & critical trades, including plumbers, electricians, operating engineers, HVAC, and other service providers that maintain the safety, sanitation and essential operation of residences. Reopening is expected to begin May 30th. Read more here.

Indiana

Indiana began reopening on May 4th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes building, construction & critical trades, including but not limited to plumbers, electricians, operating engineers, HVAC, and other service providers that maintain the safety, sanitation and essential operation of residences remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Iowa

Iowa began reopening on May 5th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and businesses remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Kansas

Kansas began reopening on May 4th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes those responsible for the development and maintenance of public works and services, maintenance of critical infrastructure, and the generation of electricity remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Kentucky

Kentucky began reopening on May 11th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and critical infrastructure remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Louisiana

Louisiana began reopening on May 15th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes those involved in the electricity and utility industries remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Maine

Maine began reopening on May 1st. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes construction and maintenance of essential infrastructure, and all utilities such as electricity, water, and wastewater remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Maryland

Maryland began reopening on May 15th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes building and property maintenance companies, including without limitation: plumbers, electricians, and HVAC service companies remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts is currently limiting in-person work to essential businesses, which includes workers such as plumbers, electricians, and other service providers necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences, construction sites and projects, and needed facilities. Reopening is expected to begin May 18th. Read more here.

Michigan

Michigan's manufacturing businesses began reopening on May 11th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Minnesota

Minnesota began reopening on May 4th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes construction and maintenance of essential infrastructure, and all utilities such as electricity, water, and wastewater remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Mississippi

Mississippi began reopening on April 27th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes construction and construction related services including electricians, plumbers, HVACR and water heating industry remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Missouri

Missouri began reopening on May 4th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and businesses remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Montana

Montana began reopening on April 27th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Nebraska

Nebraska began reopening on May 4th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and critical infrastructure remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Nevada

Nevada began reopening on May 1st. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation, and essential operations of residences or businesses remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

New Hampshire

New Hampshire began reopening on May 4th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences, construction sites and projects, and needed facilities remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

New Jersey

New Jersey began reopening on May 2nd. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes employees who cannot telecommute, i.e. construction workers, plumbers, and electricians remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

New Mexico

New Mexico began reopening on May 15th. In-person work by services necessary to maintain the safety and sanitation of residences or essential businesses including plumbers, electricians, and other skilled trades remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

New York

New York began reopening on May 15th by allowing non-essential construction work in limited areas of the state. Outside of these specific areas, in-person work remains limited to services necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation, and essential operations of residences or other businesses. Read more here.

North Carolina

North Carolina began reopening on May 8th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes service providers that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and essential businesses, including plumbers, electricians, and HVAC technicians remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

North Dakota

North Dakota began reopening on May 1st. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and critical infrastructure remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Ohio

Ohio began reopening on May 1st. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes those in the critical trades, including building and construction tradesmen remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Oklahoma

Oklahoma began reopening on April 24th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes repair and maintenance, utilities, construction, and contractors remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Oregon

Oregon began reopening on May 15th by allowing certain non-essential businesses to resume in limited areas of the state. Outside of those specific areas, restricted operation of non-essential businesses remains in effect in accordance with state guidelines. Read more here.

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania began reopening on May 1st. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes responsible for water systems, sewage systems, and electronic power generation, transmission, and distribution remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island began reopening on May 8th. Only operation of certain non-critical retail businesses remains limited. Read more here.

South Carolina

South Carolina began reopening on April 20th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and businesses remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

South Dakota

South Dakota began reopening on April 28th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and businesses remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Tennessee

Tennessee began reopening on April 27th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes building and construction tradesmen and tradeswomen, including plumbers, electricians, and HVAC remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Texas

Texas began reopening on May 1st. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and businesses remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Utah

Utah began reopening on May 1st. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and critical infrastructure remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Vermont

Vermont began reopening on April 27th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes those responsible for the maintenance of drinking water and wastewater/drainage infrastructure, as well as building and property services for the safety, sanitation and operations of residences or other businesses remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Virginia

Virginia is currently only limiting operation of certain business types including restaurants, non-essential retail, and entertainment businesses. Reopening is expected to begin June 10th. Read more here.

Washington

Washington began reopening on May 5th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes the emergency services sector, including workers such as plumbers and electrician remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

West Virginia

West Virginia began reopening on April 30th. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes those responsible for utilities including water, sewer, and natural gas, as well as building, construction and other trades that support essential infrastructure remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin began reopening on May 1st. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes construction sites and projects, including public works and remodeling projects remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.

Wyoming

Wyoming began reopening on May 1st. In-person work by essential businesses, which includes plumbers, electricians, and other service providers that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences and critical infrastructure remains permitted by state guidelines. Read more here.