From small projects to large, the Douglas County Farmers Co-Op has what you need in our extensive hardware department.
Need to hang a picture? We can help with that. Installing a barn door? We can help with that! Accidentally severed your water line while working on your fenceline? Yep, we can help with that too with our large collection of hardware.
As a True Value store, the Co-Op has everything you need to tackle your to-do list–not only the tools and supplies to take on big projects, but the hardware basics too: nails, hammers, hinges, signs, an expansive assortment of bulk nuts and bolts, and more. If we don’t have what you need on the shelf, we can order it—items shipped from True Value are often in-store within days. You’ll also find a large array of aftermarket automotive products such as truck racks, truck tool boxes, truck mats and transfer tanks from Dee Zee as well as winches from Bulldog Winch. We stock the brands you trust, including DeWalt, Stanley, Channel, and the Master Mechanic line of products—great products at a great price.
The Co-Op is also your one-stop shop for all your plumbing and irrigation hardware needs.
We can help get your field, or your front lawn, growing the way you want with proper irrigation or we can help get your decorative pond functioning it’s best. And let’s not forget the plumbing in your house—we have everything you’ll need to keep that running properly too.
When you’re ready to tackle a paint job we have all the paint accessories you’ll want near at hand, including rollers, brushes, tape, cleaners, and drop cloths. Our Roseburg store does not currently have a paint counter, but our Winston store is happy to mix the perfect paint for you!
The Co-Op hardware counter can also cut keys, including select keys with chips. You’ll also find rope, chain, floor matting, flex pipe, poly pipe, PVC pipe available by the foot.
Our Hardware department is staffed by experienced and knowledgeable employees who can offer advice and tips while helping you find just what you need to start crossing projects off your list.