In-Store Safety Measures

We are doing all we can to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and we want to ensure that you feel safe when you visit any H&L Rapid True Value or H&L Agro store. Our safety protocols include a mask mandate for everyone, sanitisation and temperature checks, as well as social distancing. Importantly, we have enhanced cleaning, disinfection and sanitising procedures in every store so that shopping carts, high touch areas like cashier stations and paint counters are sanitised frequently throughout the day.



More Ways to Shop

You can limit the time you spend in-store by ordering through WhatsApp at 876-308-0165 and scheduling curbside pickup. You may also get quotations and place orders through email at as well as enjoy the convenience of shopping online at and scheduling delivery.



COVID-19 Relief

Here’s what we are doing to help Jamaica in the fight against COVID-19:

H&L Agro supports Governments COVID-19 relief for farmers

Following on the pledge to support the Government’s recovery programme for farmers affected by the COVID-19 fallout, H&L Agro donated $2 million in agricultural inputs to the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries. The donation completed the company’s $10-million relief package, which also included product discounts of up to 30% for all farmers during April and May.


H&L announces Shop For Good programme to support Food for the Poor

Joe Bogdanovich (left), Chairman, Caribbean Love Now, and Marcus Richards (right), Managing Director Hardware & Lumber, take a moment for a social distancing photo with Kivette Silvera, Director, Food For The Poor. H&L donated J$1.5 million to Food For The Poor to help provide for those in need.


H&L donates N95 Masks to JCF

Deputy Superintendent of Police Sh-Shanna Ellington receives, on behalf of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), 2,500 N95 masks from Hardware & Lumber Limited (H&L) Managing Director Marcus Richards (centre), and Chief Category Manager Patrick Chambers, at the Office of the Commissioner of Police recently. The N95 masks are for police officers on the front lines as the nation battles the COVID-19 outbreak.


H&L donates PPE to Health Ministry

Hardware & Lumber donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), valued at $2 million, to the Ministry of Health and Wellness to support ongoing efforts in the fight against COVID-19.The donation of 2,500 KN95 face masks was received by State Minister in the ministry, Juliet Cuthbert-Flynn. Speaking at the recent ceremony, the state minister extended thanks and appreciation on behalf of the ministry and front-line healthcare workers to the Hardware and Lumber team.