Welcome to L.L. Green's Hardware!
Hardman's Hardware was started on Main Street in Hailey, Idaho in 1983. After ten years, the cramped little store was bursting at the seams and moved to Alturas Plaza in the early 90's. Larry and Luanne Green purchased the business in 1999 and within a few years built the business into what it is best known for today, our nonstop commitment to our customers and serving them to the best of our ability.
The Greens moved the store back to Main Street in 2004 and have continued to earn the Wood River Valley's business ever since. We pride ourselves on service with a smile and look forward to meeting the continued demands of a bustling, expanding community in Blaine County. Come in and check us out!
L.L. Green's Hardware carries more than just hardware, we stock plumbing, electrical, paint, home decor/accessories, tools, bird food and feeders, and more!
L.L. Green's Hardware is the best place to find well-known brands like Valspar paint and paint supplies, Weber Grills (Genesis, Weber Q), Milwaukee hand tools, Channellock products, NEBO flashlights, and Midwest Fasteners.
Homeowners from central Idaho, as well as the nearby communities of Gimlet, Bellevue, Gannett, , and Ketchum, looking to make improvements to their homes can always find a wide variety of products here. We're where you find Moen plumbing products, Scotts lawn and garden supplies, and Whirlpool appliances. Don't forget about your animal friends. Pick up Solid Gold pet food, as well as bird food and feeders at L.L. Greens too!
What sets us apart from other hardware stores is the addition of Uncle Lar's Hardware Emporium. Larry and Luanne Green, the L's of L.L. Green's, incorporated Uncle Lar's Hardware Emporium to add a refreshing variety to the typical hardware scene. As couples come in to shop, we usually see one, if not both of them, take a stroll through it's intriguing assortment of furniture, nick-knacks, and home decor. If you're in Hailey, Idaho and looking where to find furniture or home decor, be sure to stop by Uncle Lar's Hardware Emporium. It's often a destination attraction for the passerby who sees the bits and pieces through our store windows.