294 Settlement Road, Thomastown
Ph: 9464 0211

Open Monday to Friday 8am-4:30pm,
Saturday 8am-1pm


From Thursday August 6 we will ONLY be open to deal with TRADE customers.

We are NOT open to the General Public and
members of the Public are NOT permitted to enter our store
- no exceptions, ifs, buts or maybes.

For the General Public we offer a home delivery service,
(especially important if you live over 5km from our store)
or you can phone order and collect your purchase from our car park,
stay in your car, please - you CANNOT enter our store.

Tradespeople that are operating as a permitted activity can enter our store but MUST:
- be wearing a mask
- use hand sanitiser upon entry to the store
- record their contact details on the contact registry provided
- maintain social distancing from staff and other customers at all times

Trade customers can also take advantage of our home/site delivery service,
or carpark collection if they prefer.

Please respect our staff as they are instructed very clearly to follow these rules without exception.




Mid Winter catalogue out now,
PLUS plenty of instore clearance bargains to
stretch your dollar further

Make sure to mask up before you leave home, and use the sanitiser station at the front door on your mitts.

Thomastown is busier than ever as a tool shop destination in 2020,
and we're going to keep doing our best to keep you happy:
- Great prices and deals on all the best brands
- Repairs on old tools and Warranty claims
- Top service and advice from experienced crew
- on site service/deliveries for our commercial customers

United Tools
The only place to shop...

Unless you're in the South East,
then you should go to Berwick

Click HERE for Thomastown location/trading hours

Click HERE for Berwick location /trading hours

United Tools Berwick and Thomastown - supporting all the Big Brands:

United Tools Thomastown
294 Settlement Road
03 9464 0211

Web Page design by... Are you %$#&* serious?
You can't call this designed - this is strung together by a silly old fart
on a 12 year old laptop during his tea break.

What they save in web nerds gets tipped into great pricing for customers.
And biscuits.

For the tea break.

Although I'm really rather fond of donuts rather than biscuits

And actually prefer coffee rather than tea.

But this has nothing to do with tools, so why are you still reading?

Seriously, don't worry about the ramblings of an HTML tragic and just get your @^$e into the shop and pick up a bargain.
Maybe if the silly old fool makes enough coin he'll finally shell out for a proper nerd and you won't be subjected to these waffling footnotes.

But there's always the risk he'll spend it on more donuts...