Menards Corporate Office Headquarters

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4777 Menard Dr Eau Claire, WI 54703
Phone: (715)876-2868
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Menards is one of the popular chains of store that sells equipments for improving the condition of homes. With more than two hundred and seventy stores across fourteen states in United States, Menards is a private owned company selling such useful equipments. The headquarter of the chain is located in the region of Eau Claire, in Wisconsin. Menards is accepted as the third largest and one of the most important companies, selling equipments for renovating residences. Menards does not have the obligation to reveal all the details about its sales figures, since it is a private owned undertaking. However, 'Forbes' had ranked the company as 42nd largest private company of America.

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  • By Jody Gideon - Posted on: September 23, 2020

    With recent Pandemic precautions to protect customers and employees there is a very important issue that needs addressed. I have cut the stars in half because Menards is half favorable on keeping safe practices in place and half needing changes in policy to improve. I use there curb side pickup for safety and order online. Great system in place with one large issue needing to be addressed and corrected. Menards offers an 11% rebate when purchasing online. The problem, you can't use the rebates that you wait months for on the phone or online to receive credit for rebates earned. They say you must come in the store to use the credit earned online. I am in quarantine and don't choose to come in store, that is why I purchase online. They should not show 11% off prices online if you can't use them online. They have a better system than Lowes or Home Depot, but needs improved for the customer that chooses to stay safe.

  • By - Posted on: September 16, 2020

    went to Menards, customers for years wearing my portable oxygen, girl says you need mask and I tell her I have doctor medical exclusion letter and I head to garden center. Big guy black hair late 40's? comes out and I think he is there to help me. He points to my face and I say I have doctor exclusion letter, I can't understand him with mak on as I am hearing impaired. Under ohio mandate employees are to lower masks when speaking to hearing impaired. He starts gesturing me to exit and follows me out the door. I am 76 handicapped with emphysema and head to handicapped space. police car pulls up and he points to me. Policeman very nice. This is a mean spirited bully who needs sensitivity training. I filled out a complaint form with this same informatin and I get a sentence "all must wear masks" Menards has lost us as customers, hopefully, someone cares at menards. I have not used Facebook yet but am strongly considering; we have lots of friends and family who would be shocked by this action

  • By James Poley - Posted on: September 15, 2013

    I understand Menards have canceled the 10% discount for veterans. We don't get much from Anyplace else and it was special to get a little from Menards, now to take it away is kind of a Slap in the face for all of us veterans

  • By Doug Enyart - Posted on: September 12, 2020

    Menard's, you've done some stupid stuff during this virusanity, such as barring people under age 18 without valid id (where's the science?). But you just kicked a woman out of the Farmington facility for not wearing a mask, using the force of the local PD (four officers). Again, where's the science? Fauci even admitted the virus is much more aerosoled than previously thought (those of us who studied even a little biology and have common sense already knew that). You've lost my business.

  • By Sabrina K Owens-Lewis - Posted on: September 10, 2020

    I purchased a shower kit from Menards in the beginning of August. The product was a special order, so, it took about 4 weeks to come. When my contractor started the installation he noticed the shower pan and the doors didn't align. We contacted Menards and the manufacture, Maax. Today I am stuck with paying Menards and I still don't have a shower because there are parts missing and the doors wont close on the shower. I have been in contact with the Maax, as of today, and still nothing. I wouldn't recommend anyone to purchase from a facility who doesn't even have a phone number where customers can talk to someone. Poor service from Menards and their vendors.

  • By kathy - Posted on: August 5, 2013

    Dear Sir, We have a foster home in Beaver Dam Wi. We moved in our house 5 yrs ago & have been slowly remodeling we did half of our kitchen 4 yrs ago & finally able to get the rest of our cabinets we went to the store showed the associate which cabinets we have & she wrote up the order we double checked all the sizes & purchased ,we received them on Friday 8/2/2013 to realize they are completely different than what we told the girl we have they are even a darker cherry color & the pattern on the doer is different We went to the store to make sure we didn't make the mistake & the ones on display are the ones that we needed the cabinets we received are not even on display I am so very upset the manager says it's our fault we signed the contract we should have checked it over & I said we did we checked all the measurements & they were all correct .I I never thought the associate would be incompetent & order a totally different cabinet then we asked her to,we are not a contractor & put our trust in a menards associate help us to make this purchase this was only 8 cabinets but close to & $3000 which may not be a lot to some people but to this family of 6 boys its very dear. I am begging & pleading to you to make this right Thank you Kathy VanderGalien

  • By Desparatley Need a New Store - Posted on: August 15, 2013

    I am not sure who will read this; but hopefully a corporate office will note my comments. First of all... I love Menards. I am a loyal shopper and typically purchase all my needs here. Yes, at times I do shop at other competitors but only because of the distance I must drive. You see I live South East of Shelbyville.. near the Greenfield / Rushville area. I must drive almost 40 minutes to the nearest Menards. I see that you have several stores strategically located throughout Indianapolis and understandably so. I do believe that if you were to place a Menards near our area it would be very successful! I know several individuals who do prefer to shop at Menards and a lot because of the American Made products. I would ask that you consider looking at building a Menards in the South East Corner of Indianapolis. I am a bit bias but I would prefer the Greenfield area :0) But anywhere close would be great. Until then, I will still continue to shop at Menards but I must say the Home Depot located in Greenfield is very close ;0(. Thank you for your time and consideration. I do hope this is reviewed and considered an option. I will see if I can find a site for the corporate office. Thank you!

  • By Teri - Posted on: July 30, 2014

    I am extremely disappointed with how close-minded Menards is when it comes to employing disabled people. My 22 year old son is a physically fit, high-functioning autistic young man with a high school diploma and an excellent resume. He has 5 years of experience, stellar references and has only missed 1 day of work in 4 years. He has even earned 2 academic awards and 12 special olympics medals. He receives on-site job coaching services therefore Menards would not have to make any special accommodations to train or employ him. It was saddening to see the way he was disregarded at the Lincoln NE Menards job fair today. The lady that interviewed him made it obvious she didn't take him seriously and acted almost as though he was wasting her time. You could tell she was uncomfortable as she skipped over her form asking him only a couple of the questions before shooing him out with the "we'll keep your application on file for 90 days" brush off. Despite being highly qualified, my son left rejected within 5 minutes of sitting down. Menards missed out on an honest, hardworking employee because they obviously couldn't look past his disability. Shame on you.

  • By yvonne eckert - Posted on: July 3, 2013

    your rebate policy is terrible. Its complicated, takes too long, and in general is a pain. Plus corporate office only takes complains in writing. I'm done with Menards and will take business to Home Depot or Lowes.

  • By Harvery - Posted on: July 19, 2013

    I purchase Castlebrook 35 year shingles for my home on 11MAY13 and mailed in the rebate on 12MAY13. To date I haven't gotten any rebate yet. I have tried to talk to the service people at my Menards and they say they cannot help me or are they allowed to help. Just get online to Rebate International and they are no help. I looked Rebate International online through the BBB and they score them a 'F' and that rating is from A to F and F being the lowest. So I guess I am out over $200.00 rebate on my shingles and I tell you one thing I will never buy any thing from Menards again, they haven't been any help at all and they only care about the money and nothing on customer service.

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