9am to 5:30pm Monday - Saturday
In 1914, Union Hardware was an old fashioned hardware store serving DC residents. Company founders Abraham and Jennie Goldberg chose the name "Union" because of the growing strength of labor unions.
In 1954, their son Charles Goldberg expanded this traditional hammers and nails hardware store to include a small selection of decorative plumbing and hardware products. The demand for these products grew so fast that it wasn't long before the decorative product took over the adjacent building. In 1970, a bold risk was taken to move from the city to the "outskirts" of Bethesda, MD.
Grandsons David and Barry serve as Vice Presidents of the company to make Union Hardware a third-generation, family-owned and operated business.