BC Sands has been supplying landscaping and building supplies for over thirty years. We pride ourselves on always bringing our customers the best – on time and in full!
We now have two yards – one at Taren Point in Sydney’s South, and one at Mascot, just off General Holmes Drive. BC Sands at Taren Point also has a comprehensive hardware store and Mascot carries some hardware essentials to keep your projects rolling. The yards are simple to use for trade and consumer alike – simply order in the store then drive through the yard where our friendly staff will load your car, trailer or truck!
Usual store trading hours
Taren PointMon - Fri: 6am - 5pm Sat: 6am - noon Sun: Closed
MascotMon - Fri: 5:30am - 3pm Sat: 5:30am - noon Sun: Closed
It’s even easier to order by phone on 8543 3401 - or here on the web site. Online orders enjoy a 2.5% discount on products, plus discounted delivery!
BC Sands Mascot store
One of our fleet of over thirty trucks will make sure your order gets to you on time and in full – often on the same day, and usually within 24 hours of order! We deliver product all over Sydney six days a week - and can also deliver further afield, with regular delivery dates for Wollongong, plus other areas by arrangement.
Our range includes over 10,000 products and we can deliver even more, including the most obscure products. Our staff has vast knowledge and experience in the industry – over three hundred years’ experience in total! So let us know what you are looking for and we will track it down for you!
As well as landscape supplies, building supplies and hardware, in winter we stock FAA certified, seasoned firewood. Our firewood is 100% ironbark, ready to burn, packed in 500kg bulk bags, or in handy 20kg bags – no need to stack!
From our early days when Mark Parsons set up a small hardware store in Bexley, through our days as Bexley Caringbah Sand Supply, and now as BC Sands, we still strive to do our utmost to get you what you need, when you need it.
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