Established in 1981 as one of New Zealand’s first stores in the style of a hardware supermarket, Placemakers operates 61 stores nationwide, employing about 2000 people and selling a huge range of DIY supplies and tools, including timber frames and trusses that it makes in its own plants in New Zealand.
Started by Fletcher Distribution Limited, Placemakers is backed by more than 100 years of experience. It sells over 74,000 product lines, including concrete, paint and plasterboard, timber frames and trusses, tools, and building supplies for kitchens, bathrooms, landscaping, gardening, flooring, heating, and insulation.
Visit the Placemakers website at https://www.placemakers.co.nz to explore the Placemakers catalogue and tool catalogue, check current specials, see detailed DIY how-to guides, read Under Construction Magazine, and register for the Knowhow Rewards scheme.
Why people like to shop at Placemakers
Locations and trading hours
Placemakers has a national office in Auckland and covers almost the whole of New Zealand with its 61 stores in such locations as Kaitaia, Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Whakatane, Taupo, Masterton, Nelson, Christchurch, Dunedin, Wanaka, Te Anau, Invercargill, and many places in between. Trading hours vary from shop to shop, so click here to find a Placemakers store and check its trading hours.