AMES Drywall Finishing Tools and ServicesFeb 02, 2023 12:00AM ● By Story and photos by Michele Townsend
AMES is located at 1030 Riverside Parkway Ste. 100, West Sacramento, Calif.
Tucked Away in West Sac
WEST SACRAMENTO, CA (MPG) - Tucked Away, back in the area of the CHP Academy, the business complexes are filling up. When WyoTech moved out of there many people wondered what would come of the area. There are all kinds of businesses back there. Most of them have their names on the doors, but that doesn’t really help in most cases out there.
One business out there, however, is AMES Drywall Finishing Tools & Services. Ames is a great little store with any tools you may need for doing anything that has to do with sheetrock/drywall. Located next to MESA RV, and tucked back, is this little store that carries everything from hard hats, to bags, to the t-shirts in caution yellow. They have all kinds of tape, trawls, and different sized scaffolding ladders and benches.
Minus the actual sheetrock, Ames has all of your needs. When asked if AMES had any big sales coming up, Assistant Manager Victoria Chavez said, “We have sales going on all the time.” Each month the store has a particular item on sale all month long. Their prices are very reasonable, and they have quite a good selection of items
AMES, Pioneers of technology, can be found online at amestools.com or you can call them at (916) 371-5561. If you have any needs in this area of construction, are a tool junkie or even if you just want to check it out, AMES is located at 1030 Riverside Parkway, Ste. 100, West Sacramento. They are open Monday through Friday 5:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., but closed daily from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday they are open from 6 a.m.-11 a.m. Closed on Sundays.
Editor’s note: “Tucked Away in West Sac” is a recurring segment in the News-Ledger designed to highlight businesses throughout West Sacramento that are interesting, fun, and unique and are easily missed.
We hope to help our community by increasing the visibility of the businesses that help to make our town so unique. In addition, a thriving community is one that takes care of each other. When we shop locally, we keep the money local, which in turns feeds and employs our community.