Builders is a leader in home improvement and building materials with complete project solutions. Builders has four store formats that cater to different markets with their own personalised feel and service offerings. Builders promises exceptional value and offers a comprehensive range of competitively priced products, with the latter having experts on hand to give advice on home, DIY and gardening needs.
The Builders formats consist of:
Builders Express, which caters to the home owner and DIY enthusiast, focuses on a convenient location, a customer friendly store layout with pleasing displays, and personalised service and advice, making it a “one-stop” shopping experience.
Builders Superstores focus on underserved markets around the country. The stores are situated in dense residential, township, rural and developing areas, and conveniently located near commuter nodes.
Builders Trade Depot caters mostly for medium to large sized contractors and tradesmen engaged in building, maintenance and renovation projects. The chain mainly focuses on servicing the needs of construction entrepreneurs who require trade credit, telephonic ordering and building materials in bulk, delivered from low-cost outlets.
Builders Warehouse, follows the big box or warehouse retail format. Builders Warehouse offers an extensive range of competitively priced products with a large garden centre display and Builders’ supply yard.
As a company with its roots in South Africa, Builders continuously strives to improve and transform its workplace and its current and future employees. We believe it is important to improve society by continuously allowing opportunities that will materialize through successful transition.
Massmart’s Code of Ethics
At Massmart, we are committed to achieving the highest standards of ethical behaviour in the way that we conduct our business with our associates and stakeholders. This Code of Ethical Conduct is intended to guide the standard of behaviour that we apply in our interactions with all Massmart associates and stakeholders, and special emphasis is placed on our interactions with each other, our customers, our shareholders, our suppliers and the communities in which we operate. Central to this Code is the idea that we will not break the law or engage in “morally suspect” behaviour in the way that we conduct our business.