You’ve got a business to run — and we want to help you run it efficiently. Keep your projects on track and on budget with our business tools and resources. Calculate construction materials, rent equipment, print out project worksheets and more.
For Your Business:
Business Plan Series
The LowesForPros Business Series can help you refine your business practices in a variety of essential areas, including accounting and workforce relations. Download and read the series at your leisure, and take another step toward creating a sustainable, professional business.
Turn your vision into a plan with this complete set of worksheets that help you plan your next building or remodeling project. Download and print one or all of these 25 individual project sheets to list and track the materials you need to complete jobs large and small.
Lowe's has teamed with Deluxe to offer Pro customers preferred pricing on print and online services. From checks and forms to web and logo design — you'll save big on the tools you need to succeed.
For Your Projects:
LowesForPros offers a wide range of construction calculators, from insulation to concrete calculators, which provide not only materials estimates, but man-hours estimates as well.
Lowe’s Legacy Series
Our series of home plan books offer you the options and special characteristics consumers are searching for in a home today. This diverse plan collection includes everything from apartment garages, multi-family units, and smaller lot homes to country farmhouses and high-end luxury homes.
Accessible Home Checklist
Download our "Accessible Home Checklist" (PDF) to use as an in-home selling tool while discussing with clients accessibility options for their homes.
Equipment Tool Rentals
Lowe's has teamed up with Sunbelt Rentals, formerly NationsRent, to offer you convenient access to brand name tools and equipment for rent, available at select Lowe's locations nationwide.
Search for MSDS sheets by Lowe's item number, product code, product name, UPC code or manufacturer.
For Your Career:
Learn about continuing education opportunities through Wilkes Community College, the National Association of Home Builders, and the U.S. Small Business Administration.