STORES — hardware, electrical or plumbing supplies — wholesale or retail
This classification applies to the sale of hardware, electrical or plumbing supplies, including but not limited to nails, screws and threaded fasteners; hand or power tools; door or lock hardware; electrical wire, conduit, switches, outlets and circuit breakers; new or used gas or water fittings, pipe, valves, faucets and filters; bathroom fixtures, water heaters, boilers, insulation and ventilating ducts. This classification also applies to the sale of oil, gas or water well supplies, such as pipe (new or used), tubing, flanges, fittings and valves, and includes incidental cleaning operations to prepare the pipe for sale.
This classification also applies to locksmith operations performed at fixed or outside locations.
When lumber sales exceed 10% of gross receipts, employees, other than store cashiers, engaged in handling or delivering lumber shall be separately classified as 8232(1), Lumberyards.
When building material sales exceed 10% of gross receipts, employees, other than store cashiers, engaged in handling or delivering building materials shall be separately classified as 8232(2), Building Material Dealers.
Dealers of oil or gas well machinery or equipment shall be classified as 8107, Machinery and Equipment Dealers — N.O.C., or 8267, Machinery and Equipment Dealers — secondhand.
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