Lowe’s Companies, LLC
Lowe’s has been helping customers improve the places they call home since it was founded in 1946.
Traded on the New York Stock Exchange (LOW) since 1961, Lowe’s has grown from a small hardware store to a home improvement company providing customers inspiration and support whenever and wherever they shop. Whether our customers shop in store, online, by phone, or at their home or place of business with a Lowe’s employee, Lowe’s is ready to help.
Lowe’s retail customers include individual homeowners and renters who complete a wide array of projects from do-it-yourself (DIY) to do-it-for-me (DIFM). Lowe’s professional customers represent approximately 30 percent of total sales and consist of two broad categories; construction and trade, and maintenance, repair and operations.
Through charitable contributions, volunteerism, scholarships and local partnerships, we have been investing in the communities we serve for over 65 years. We want to make the communities around us much stronger and more resilient, based on the premise that when our communities and people are strong, we are strong. We demonstrate our focus on the critical needs affecting our associates, communities and industry by supporting safe, affordable housing initiatives as well as skilled trade education.
Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) Supplies & Equipment
Region 4 ESC - TX
Contract Number: R192006
April 1, 2020 through March 31, 2023
Option to renew for two (2) additional one-year periods through March 31, 2025
RENEWED THROUGH March 31, 2024 (with 1 renewal option still available)
Master Agreement Documents
- Official Signed Contract
- Contract Award Documents
- Contract Award Letter
- Contract Renewal 1
- Contract Update 1
- Contract Update 2
- Contract Update 3
- Contract Update 4
- Original RFP Document
- RFP Addendum 1
- RFP Addendum 2
- RFP Addendum 3
- RFP Questions & Answers
- Proof of Publication
- RFP Request List
- RFP Opening Documents
UPDATE MAY 1, 2023 - REBATE PROGRAM ENHANCEMENT
To ensure contract compliance, transparency, and consistency for our customers we will be moving to a rebate-only option May 1, 2023. This option will provide a more streamlined, easy way to purchase without having to worry about scanning a key fob.Through OMNIA Partners, Public Sector, our Lowe’s Pro Government enhanced rebate program is available to state and local agencies, along with nonprofits.
Rebate Tiers and Benefits:
- $10,000 to $24,999 - 2% rebate on all sales (less returns)
- $25,000 to $49,999 - 4% rebate on all sales (less returns)
- $50,000 to more - 7% rebate on all sales (less returns)
- Volume Savings Program for orders over $1,500 in store through Pro desk
- 5% discount in store and online when using a Lowe’s In House account or Lowe’s Commercial Account
- 40,000+ items in store and 2M+ items online – top categories include appliances, lumber, building materials, tools and hardware
- eProcurement capabilities
- Create Account at https://www.lowes.com/ and enter Pro Account ID: OMNIA5
- If you already have a Pro Account ID email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Tender must be registered to your Pro Account ID on https://www.lowes.com/ to receive rebates.
1.2 million households live in public housing units, managed by some 3,300 Public Housing Authorities.
With over 40,000 items available at more than 1,800 stores throughout the US, Lowe’s is committed to serving the specific procurement needs of our valued housing authority customers. Lowe’s is a full line supplier of Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) supplies, building materials and appliances. Products include plumbing, electrical, flooring, lumber, paint, kitchen cabinets and an extensive line of major appliances. Lowe’s also offers order pick up in-store, jobsite delivery and online shopping at Lowes.com. And each Lowe’s store has a dedicated Pro Services team to making sure your procurement experience is excellent.
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CASE STUDY: Chicago Housing Authority
The Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) provides housing to more than 62,000 households across the city of Chicago. CEO Eugene Jones Jr.’s primary goal is to build vibrant communities within the city. “Home means safety, ownership and being proud,” Jones said. “We’re going to try and partner and help neighborhoods become stronger economically, socially, and that’s a proud thing for CHA.”
To help achieve that goal, the Chicago Housing Authority needed a vendor who shared the same passion. The video below shows how Lowe’s began working with CHA by helping them provide a safe place to live that tenants can be proud of while saving them money through the use of our cooperative contract.
As a purpose-driven company, Lowe's is committed to helping people love where they live. That's the lens Lowe's uses to do what's right for customers and its communities.
Visit our Open House to see how we are serving communities across the country.