Top 8 Hardware Stores in Mumbai
Whenever you’re moving to any city, one of the many things that you require are found in hardware stores. These stores have supplies ranging from PVC pipes to fittings for bathrooms and help in setting up of homes and offices everywhere by providing these materials.
Mumbai’s Finest Hardware Stores
Being a huge city, Mumbai has many hardware stores where you can find all quality hardware products. However, a few of them stand out in terms of their quality of services offered and the products. Let’s take a trip around the city to find the best of them.
1. Anupam Hardware
Anupam Hardware store has been selling quality hardware supplies to people in Goregaon since 1984. They have electric cables, window fittings, tools, drawer channels and even pipes for your day-to-day requirements. In short, you can go to them with any hardware requirement and you’ll not be disappointed.
Where: Shop No 1, Sahyadri Building, Aarey Road, Goregaon East, Mumbai – 400063
2. Swastik Hardware Store
This store in Ghatkopar has been there since 1976 and has every single thing that you can possibly think of for setting up your home. They deal in interior hardware, architectural glass hardware, door hinges and more. They have products from brands like Godrej, Hettich, and Enox and they also deal in window frames.
Where: Shop No.1A / 1B, Police Patel Building, L B S Marg, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai – 400086
3. Nagrik Electric Hardware
This is a relatively new hardware store that mainly deals with electrical hardware equipment. Established in 2013, this store is centrally located in Vile Parle and is easily accessible, which makes it the go-to destination for many of the folks living in this area.
Where: 113/1 Sidhwa chawl Irla, s.v road, Vile Parle West, Mumbai – 400056
4. Prabhat Sanitary and Hardware
If you’re looking for some really good sanitary supplies along with regular hardware supplies, you can head over to Prabhat Sanitary and Hardware in Lokhandwala. They have products from some of the finest Indian and international brands in their shop and even deal in modular kitchen equipment.
Where: Shop 6 & 7, Twin Tower, 2nd Cross Lane, Lokhandwala Complex-Andheri West, Mumbai
5. Jalaram Hardware Stores
This is yet another new hardware store that has made a mark in this industry in the city. Located in Andheri, this store has all the rough and tough equipment along with the fancy ones. Be prepared to get lost in the world of hardware as soon as you walk through the doors of this shop.
Where: G-2, Trikam Saheb Apartment, Marol Maroshi Road, Andheri East, Mumbai – 400059
6. ALFA Resources
A very recent entrant into the industry, Alfa Resources started off just one year back but has become fairly popular among the residents of Oshiwara. One of the reasons for this could be their wide range of hardware supplies that can be rarely found at any other shops in the area.
Where: D270, OSHIWARA INDUSTRIAL CENTRE, Link Road, Goregaon West, Mumbai – 400062
7. Purohit Hardware
Purohit Hardware in Borivali has a huge showroom which has some of the finest quality hardware products that you can find in Mumbai. The showroom itself is nothing short of extraordinary and you will easily get lost in it thanks to its size. You can find cutting tools, sanitaryware, industrial hardware and even architectural glass here.
Where: Shop-1/2/3, Anuja, Manek Nagar, Borivali West, Mumbai – 400092
8. Aradhana Hardware Stores
Aradhana Hardware Stores was opened in 1979 and since then it has grown in both size and popularity. You can find the most prominent hardware supplies brands here like Asian Paints, Finolex, and Havells. They also deal in cement, CFL lamps, plywood and plumbing supplies.
Where: Shop No 5 & 6, J P Road, Four Bungalows-Andheri West, Mumbai – 400053
Have you purchased your hardware supplies from any of the above-mentioned locations? If so, do let us know your experiences in the comments section below. If not, do check them out! Do you know of any other hardware stores that deserve to be on this list? Do let us know in the comments.
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