Explore HD Supply Facilities Maintenance's story with our company timeline, starting in 1974. Learn how we have grown
to be an industry leader with more than 70,000 products, more than 700 dedicated delivery trucks, and more than 700 field
account representatives nationwide.
USABlueBook Celebrates 25 Years
In 2016, USABlueBook, a business of HD Supply Facilities Maintenance, celebrated its 25th anniversary. On May 8, 1991,
Utility Supply of America was incorporated by a water and wastewater utility operator to serve the MRO needs of municipalities.
USABlueBook became part of the HD Supply family in 2005.
Its first catalog, a 250-page "BlueBook" of Utility System Supplies with over 6,000 items, was a generous offering
for the new company. In 2016, its "Master Catalog" has grown nearly 1,800 pages with a product offering of more than
In 2014, we celebrated our 40th anniversary! We started our business with the simple idea
that customers would benefit from having essential maintenance products delivered while staying on-site to manage
their business. Since that time, the world we live and work in has changed drastically, but the foundation of our
business has remained constant—building our business around your business. Every investment in our business
is made with you in mind, to ensure that we are a partner in improving your business. We look forward to what the
next 40 years will bring!
HD Supply Facilities Maintenance launches a mobile website, offering customers access to pricing, saved lists, product
availability, and online order history via smartphones. Learn more
The Home Depot Supply and Hughes Supply combine to form HD Supply, enhancing the company's ability to meet customers'
HD Supply is purchased by private equity firms Bain Capital LLC; Carlyle Group; and Clayton, Dubilier & Rice.
HD Supply Facilities Maintenance launches its ideallygreenSM initiative,
which offers customers options that save money while decreasing their environmental impact.
The Home Depot Supply's acquisition of USABlueBook enables the company to supply water and wastewater products
to customers around the world.
Maintenance Warehouse becomes The Home Depot Supply.
The acquisition of Economy Maintenance Supply enhances Maintenance Warehouse's capability to serve customers throughout
Renovation sales coordinators begin to help customers manage large renovation projects.
Acquisition of N–E Thing Supply Company broadens product offerings, service, and sales coverage to customers
throughout Texas and surrounding areas.
Maintenance Warehouse's new website makes ordering easy for customers.
The Home Depot purchases Maintenance Warehouse. With its dedicated delivery trucks and new services, the new Maintenance
Warehouse is able to leverage The Home Depot's considerable buying power and pass the savings on to customers.
As part of its commitment to customer service, Maintenance Warehouse builds an industry-first customer advocate
team. This team focuses on customer questions and concerns, and lays the foundation for HD Supply Facilities Maintenance's
current award-winning Voice of the Customer program.
A Spanish-speaking call center opens and begins providing multilingual assistance to customers.
Maintenance Warehouse launches an industry-first plumbing repair parts guide, which features product views and
how-to articles, helping customers succeed in their maintenance projects.
Creation of a centralized call center makes it easier for customers to reach associates who can help with purchases
of any size.
Maintenance Warehouse establishes its first exclusive brand, giving customers access to quality products at a value
Maintenance Warehouse opens its first warehouse in San Diego, CA, setting a precedent for fast and dependable delivery
that continues to the present day.
Maintenance Warehouse is founded in San Diego, CA. The company soon releases the first catalog of its kind, offering
hundreds of maintenance products to owners and managers of multifamily properties.