Menards

Menards Corporate Office Headquarters Contacts.

Menard Inc. is a chain of home improvement stores. It is a privately held company, headquartered in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Menards has 350 stores in 14 states: Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Wyoming, and Kentucky.

It is currently the third-largest home improvement chain in the United States, just behind and Lowe’s, and The Home Depot.

Menards Corporate Office Contacts.

Menards Corporate Office Address:

4777 Menard Drive Eau Claire,

Wisconsin 54703

United States

Menards Corporate Office Phone Number: 1-(715) 876-5911

Menards Corporate Office Fax Number: (715) 876-2868

Menards Corporate Office Email Address: www.menards.com/main/contactUs.html

Menards Customer Service Phone Numbers:

Toll-Free Number: 1-800-871-2800 Big Card Account (Capital One)

Menards Customer Service:

1-800-871-2800 Big Card Account (Capital One)
1-800-560-8274 Menards BIG Card application
1-888-816-0050 Menards Buy ‘N Fly
1-800-880-6318 Menards Contractor or Commercial Card (Capital One)

TM Menards.

TM Menards is the name of Menards Employee Portal. As a employee, you can use TM Menards to manage your work schedules, view your payslips, request time off, and much more.

TM Menards Login.

If you are having problems logging in to the official TM Menards employee website, then visit our TM Menards Login help page, here we list the direct links to the actual working login page, as well as help with common login and registration problems. For more details , and to leave a complaint or review, please visit our TM Menards Employee complaints and contact page.

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21 Customer Complaints for Menards.
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  1. I went into Menards today to buy hard wood flooring. I had seen that you are still selling my pillow by Mr. Lindell and was immediately turned off. I went to Lowes to buy my flooring and will not return and will inform my friends, family and my community to avoid doing business with you until you put out a statement that your stores are dropping product.

    1. Hi Heather I saw the my pillow as well at one of their locations yesterday. I wrote a letter to the corporate office. I am with you, I will not be returning to any Menards location until they drop the product.

    2. I Know Menards will survive without your business. Fortunately, for the rest of us who have My Pillows, you don’t get to decide what Menards sells or doesn’t sell. Take you misguided attempts of Blackmail & Bullying elsewhere or not at all. And for your info, Lowes sells the My Pillow. Some people never learn because you don’t get to decide what other people buy only your kind can’t accept that fact.

      1. The consumer always decides..over time. That coke head liar will fail shortly but would be nice if all places stopped selling his garbage.

  2. I was at Menards yesterday a noticed that they had a new My Pillow display and I was immediately upset. I will not be shopping at Menard again until they remove this display!

      1. Define cancel culture and how it applies to wanting Menards not to sell overpriced crap from a lying con-artist.

  3. Went to Menards today in West Fargo, ND. They refuse to sell me some cleaning items at the check out because I wasn’t wearing a mask even though I told them I had asthma . So I can’t buy anything there because I dont have the mark of the beast. As the Bible says you can’t buy or sell if you don’t have the mark of the beast! Anybody with a brain can seen where this is leading to from masks to mandate vaccines with nanotechnology the mark of the beast to some of you sheep who are blind! And the Great financial reset!The deep state is trying to install there New World Order! Wake up John Menard! Your billions are not going to save you for this evil! Will take my business elsewhere where they treat me with respect that I don’t get at Menards! Don’t have to put up with this Tyranny and Communism!

    1. Well said!!
      Will never step foot in any of there China Leiden stores again… what goes around comes around!!
      I was walked out the door by 5 employees because I am a woman who will not wear a mask!!
      I’m waiting for the store closing signs to go up!!

  4. Got kicked out for not wearing a mask. There goes the multi-million dollar business that used to buy from you. Continue to support China. We will go somewhere where we will be respected.

  5. I went to the Pekin OK store this morning. Just needed a board to repair a drawer bottom. Kid was great showing me where boards were. Only had 1/8 by 2′ by 4′. Ok but would have liked a smaller options. Only bout 4 bucks so no problem. The problem came when I asked for it to be cut to the size I wanted. Kid said no they didn’t have a saw blade to do it. I get it not a big job but as customer willing to pay whatever so I didn’t have to mess with it I would pay whatever. I figure 4 dollar board 5 or even 10 dollars a cut, (which isn’t what the charge would be), my point I would pay for board and cuts which is a service you offer. Kid just didn’t want to mess with it.

  6. I purchased a fridge online and am not happy with the layout of the interior. Would like to return it.

  7. At menards in Sedalia Missouri refused service to a 85 year old veteran with medical condition card stating why he can’t wear a mask.

  8. I purchased 10 of your 4 1/2” sanding discs for my hand grinder, all ten discs detached in the center and flew apart, some in pieces some not

  9. I was in menards in Farmington Missouri with my family and a worker told me to put a mask on if I didn’t they would not check me out it’s bad I was going to spend a lot of money in there but I guess a mask is more important then money its not right so I took my business to Lowe’s and 3000 dollars there

  10. My boyfriend and I went to the store at 6800 E Broad St, Columbus, OH 43213 tonight. He goes there so often that most associates know him by name. After the way we were treated by an associate named Jeremy in the do it yourself section, we probably won’t be back.
    We were looking at the clearance section for a sliding glass door. We had to wait probably 10 minutes for him to help us. My boyfriend was waiting outside and I was waiting inside.I was trying to explain what I needed But I’ve had a stroke and I have aphasia and sometimes my words don’t come out. First I want to ask him about sunroom kits and also about the clearance. We were walking outside to clearance and I couldn’t get the words out and he said to me, “well since you stopped half way through, how am I supposed to help you? Just show me what you need”.
    My boyfriend had ask about this door a week prior and he was told it was $50. Jeremy said who did you speak to. My boyfriend replied “the other guy that works here, I know him as a friend. I can’t remember his name.” Jeremy said, “that’s funny if he’s a friend and you can’t remember his name. “ Very sarcastically. By boyfriend is Italian and he doesn’t speak very good English and he called him a friend.
    Anyway, Jeremy then went in to check the price and now it was over $400. Instead of $50. It was missing the frame and it had holes drilled into it and had some of the seals were coming off. I mentioned that and he stormed off. Saying he can’t deal with us anymore. We went inside and he was talking about us to another associate and said “I’m done with them. I can’t deal with them anymore.” We didn’t even get to talk to him about the sunroom kits or building one etc. We were done. We did talk to two managers on the way out.
    The price difference was no big deal. We were just going to let it go but the way that we were treated. I am handicapped and my boyfriend is an immigrant. I for one would never come back to any of your stores. I cannot speak for my boyfriend but probably not. I’m very very disappointed.

  11. I went to Menards in Hollister Mo. to purchase a few railroad ties last Sunday and I must say this will be the last time I will ever step foot in that store. I was a loyal customer for years having lived in northern Illinois before moving to Missouri. For a company who used to pride themselves on customer service, that trait is no longer exemplified. The team member who we initially asked to help us load our trailer was put out when I told him I did not want accept unusable product. The response was all the railroad ties are used and you can take what I get off the stack. Well the comment is correct that they are all used, some are so “used” that they are not fit for future use. He became very belligerent so I asked to speak with Brian the store GM. He left for what I assumed to go get Brian and my son and I began to load what we considered usable. Brian came out the speak with us and immediately took a confrontational approach to us. His attitude was basically don’t shop here. While I am far from the the best customer, I have spent above average roughly $20,000 in the past six months. Sunday is the last dollar I will spend in that store. The customer service has declined to nil, the employee turnover is a revolving door and it is apparent the main reason is due to “great” management by people like Brian who’s attitude towards customers is exemplified by his team.

    I know in the grand scheme of things my minuscule spending will not be missed. But this prevalent attitude
    will catch up in the end.

  12. March 28, 2021 I went to Menards in Burlington Wisconsin to get my free birthday gift and purchase some items on sale…. because of a hidden disability.. can’t wear a mask. So bulldog on customer service screams out that I have to wear a mask and wallow-talkie to other mask nazis to apprehend me .. I was stopped by 3 males and then 2 more females… a literal circle around me!!
    Telling me that I can’t shop or purchase anything because of my handicap!!! Sounds like a law suit to me!!

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