Posted by: root, Mar 26, 2020

Valued Customer,

During this challenging time, we want to reassure you that the safety of our associates, customers and communities is our top priority. We know you rely on us to continue delivering the products you need to keep your jobs moving and your people working, and we remain committed to delivering our materials to you in a safe and responsible way.
We have introduced contactless deliveries, having our drivers avoid shaking hands, taking delivery photos in lieu of signatures and adhering to the 6 feet social distancing recommendations.

Our yards and job site layouts allow us to continue delivering material while keeping the prescribed social distance.  All deliveries will be placed outside or in a garage.  Due to demand and changes or interruptions in supply chains and markets, delivery of orders and customer response times may be delayed.
Many of the services you receive while visiting our locations can be done by phone or online and we ask that you make these your primary method for doing business right now. We are trying to minimize foot traffic into our stores where possible and in some instances, you may find adjusted operating hours. 
If you do need to visit one of our locations, please know that we have increased the frequency of cleanings so that we are disinfecting surfaces throughout the day, in addition to having the offices cleaned thoroughly at night, to keep our facilities clean and safe.
We appreciate your cooperation as we work together during this unique time. We will continue to keep you updated. Thank you for your continued partnership.


Grill Safety

Posted by: bellevue, Apr 12, 2014

Ah the days are getting longer and warmer, trees are budding and flowers starting to bloom. Spring is in the air and summer not far away.  It’s time to get outdoors again and for many that means it time to get the Bar-B-Que grill out from its long winter’s nap and fire it up.

Spring Yard Care Tips

Posted by: root, Mar 25, 2014

Winter is behind us and now is the time to start looking forward to Spring and Summer.  It’s easy to get confused about when to do certain lawn care tasks so here’s a quick outline that should help everyone in the Northeast.

Don’t Let Snow and Ice Damage Your House

Posted by: bellevue, Nov 21, 2013

Winter is here.  Even though it’s been warmer and less snowy than normal, it will get colder and snowier in the weeks to come.  One of the biggest hazards to your home during these winter months is ice build up on your roof.  Heavy snow can melt underneath from the heat leaking through your roof, particularly at the eaves, and refreeze in your gutters, valleys, and along the eave.  This melting and freezing can cause ice to backup under your shingles and cause mold, rot and water damage to the roof and ceilings below.

2013 Product Showcase

Posted by: bellevue, Nov 15, 2013

We had a great time and a great turnout at our annual Product Showcase at the Glen Sanders Mansion.

This fall grow the New American Lawn

Posted by: bellevue, Sep 19, 2013

Now is the time to get your lawn in shape with properly timed applications of Jonathan Green Lawn Products. We can help you create the New American Lawn.


Fall Gutter Care

Posted by: bellevue, Sep 17, 2013

It's easy to overlook gutter maintenance.  Clogged gutters can be annoying to walk under, to say nothing of the risk they pose to personal injury and damage to your home.  A simple task, keeping your gutters clear can help prevent major damage to your home.

2013 BBS 5K Walk for ALS

Posted by: bellevue, Sep 11, 2013

Giving Help and Hope To All Those Fighting ALS!

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is an illness that has touched the lives of our family members, friends, and neighbors.

The ALS Association needs our support. That is why Bellevue Builders Supply/ACE Hardware will be holding a 5K Walk Saturday, September 28th.


The Origins of Memorial Day

Posted by: bellevue, May 24, 2013

Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service.

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Posted by: bellevue, May 10, 2013

We all know the nursery rhyme about silvery bells and cockle shells and pretty maids all in a row.  But what really separates a good garden from a plot of brown sticks in the ground?  The answer is all in the dirt.