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Need tools, lightbulbs? Hardware store offers ‘call and collect’ service

Need tools, lightbulbs? Hardware store offers ‘call and collect’ service
Ace Hardware's call and collect service enables customers to purchase tools needed for home repair and improvement.
Home improvement and repair projects were put on hold when hardware stores temporarily closed. But as the nation begins to adapt to a new way of living, Ace Hardware launches its call and collect service. 

Need tools, lightbulbs? Hardware store offers ‘call and collect’ service
Black and Decker cordless drill set.
To shop for lightbulbs, painting supplies, tools, and more, customers need to call or text participating Ace stores, wait for order conformation, and arrange preferred delivery service. 

Need tools, lightbulbs? Hardware store offers ‘call and collect’ service
Ace Essence Acrylic Latex Enamel Paints
The service is currently available at branches located in SM malls: SM Mall of Asia, SM Aura, SM City Fairview, SM Center Pasig, SM Sucat, SM Marikina, SM Novaliches, and SM Muntinlupa (Metro Manila); select Ace Hardware stores in North and South Luzon areas as well as in Visayas and Mindanao are also included. Go to the brand’s Facebook (Ace Hardware Philippines) or Instagram account (@acehardware_ph) to know the participating branches. 

Need tools, lightbulbs? Hardware store offers ‘call and collect’ service
Ace Rust Stop spray paints
Ace products are also available at www.acehardware.ph, ShopSM, Lazada, and Shopee. 

Need tools, lightbulbs? Hardware store offers ‘call and collect’ service
Omni's LED lights and universal tower extension cord.
Topics: Ace Hardware , hardware stores , SM malls , delivery service
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