Yancey Home Center has been around for more than a century, serving the building needs of local area contractors and homeowners throughout Newman, CA. We’re your complete building, electrical, paint, power tool and plumbing supply store in Stanislaus County, CA. Our fully-stocked, widely-supplied project center also comes complete with knowledgeable professionals, to help you find whatever you’re looking for.
As a general building material supplier in Stanislaus County, CA, trust that our inventory will meet any need. Our knowledgeable staff is ready to learn more about your project, so we can supply you with everything needed to see it through to completion. We take pride in being a full-service home improvement store in Stanislaus County, CA, and that means going above and beyond for every customer who shops with us. We also have a self-storage supply facility available, for your convenience.
Whether you’re building a fence, repairing a leaky faucet, installing a new light fixture or putting a fresh coat of paint on your home, Yancey Home Center is here to supply you with the products and supplies you need to get the job done right. We’re more than just another hardware store in Stanislaus County, CA—we’re your one-stop-shop for absolutely anything you need to get the job done right. We’ve sourced products and materials from some of the best name brands and reputable suppliers to ensure you’re met with quality and reliability at all times.
DIY Tips & Tricks
Programmable thermostats were once new and unfamiliar, but now they are the majority of thermostats on the market. These thermostats allow you to set the times and temperatures you want throughout the day, reducing the cost of heating and cooling when no one is home. Find out how upgrading to a programmable thermostat can make a big difference in your home.
Ceramic tiles can look great for decades without damage, but it only takes a dropped cup or sudden shock to leave a tile cracked and badly chipped. It’s easy enough to carefully remove just the damaged tile and leave the rest intact, as long as you have a replacement set aside from when the tile was installed.