Posts Tagged "independent hardware stores"

Farm & Home Hardware Gives Back to Future Generations

Farm & Home Hardware Gives Back to Future Generations

A Do it Best Corp. member located in Wellington, Ohio, Farm & Home Hardware supplies the community with much more than outdoor power equipment and plants. Farm & Home Hardware’s mission is to “build our community,” and no donation is too big or too small for the family-owned business. For instance, Farm & Home has been known to support everything from spaghetti dinners and garden walks to youth baseball and…read more →

Award-Winning Burney Hardware Makes Giving Back Part of the Policy

Award-Winning Burney Hardware Makes Giving Back Part of the Policy

Burney Hardware has served the community of Aberdeen, North Carolina, for nearly 100 years. The store’s ownership has changed over the years, but its service to the community has not. Just this year, Burney Hardware was named one of the best hometown hardware stores in the country. More than the STIHL outdoor power equipment hanging on the wall or the Weber Grill set up on display, Burney Hardware’s service to…read more →

Metzger’s Hardware Makes Main Street Feel Like Home

Metzger’s Hardware Makes Main Street Feel Like Home

The small southwestern community of Los Alamos, New Mexico, is probably best known for the government lab that sits on outskirts of town. The lab brings people from distant cities like San Francisco and Washington, D.C. to town, but Metzger’s Hardware and Los Alamos Main Street work to give those New Mexico transplants — and longtime locals — a reason to stay. “This town is a little different from others…read more →

Petersburg Hardware Puts Family & Community First

Petersburg Hardware Puts Family & Community First

At Petersburg Hardware in Petersburg, Indiana, there’s more to family business than sales and service. The Do it Best Corp. member business is locally owned and operated by the Bishop family, with the help of a team of long-time employees. In business, they all work together to serve customers expertly, but in the community, each family member has found their niche. Husband-and-wife team Dennis and Sherry Bishop purchased Petersburg Hardware…read more →

T & M Hardware’s Commitment to the Community Is Built to Last

T & M Hardware’s Commitment to the Community Is Built to Last

In the greater Pittsburgh area, T & M Hardware has a fitting motto: “Let us help you build, maintain and entertain where you live.” The locally owned hardware business offers everything from nuts and bolts to equipment and party rentals, helping customers conveniently find the items they need to build their dream homes, tree houses and more. All the while, T & M hardware is building something much greater –…read more →

LocalBuildingMaterials.com: The Tool To Make Buying Local Lumber Easier

LocalBuildingMaterials.com: The Tool To Make Buying Local Lumber Easier

When it comes to finding convenient hardware, building materials and other construction supplies, local dealers come up with a powerful tool. Started by the Western New York Lumber Dealers Association (WNYLDA), a chapter of the Northeastern Retail Lumber Association (NRLA), LocalBuildingMaterials.com is a resource that connects local-friendly consumers with independently owned dealers in their communities. Not to mention, it’s perhaps the most obvious way that local businesses in the building…read more →

  HomCo Lumber & Hardware Helps Flagstaff Women Find a Safe Home

 HomCo Lumber & Hardware Helps Flagstaff Women Find a Safe Home

“We’re inviting them into our family.” That’s how Christina Russo, marketing coordinator at HomCo Lumber and Hardware in Flagstaff, Arizona, describes the local business’s commitment to members of its community. As a second-generation family business, HomCo Lumber and Hardware has strengthened its ties to the community over several decades and through many annual traditions. One such tradition aims to give members of the Flagstaff community not just a family, but…read more →

Builders Do it Center Keeps New Mexico Community Kid-Friendly

Builders Do it Center Keeps New Mexico Community Kid-Friendly

Roswell, New Mexico, is a town of around 50,000 people in the southeastern part of a southwestern state. As the fifth largest city in New Mexico, Roswell is located about 40 miles north of a smaller city, called Artesia. The two cities share an area code and at least one local business, as Builders Do it Center works in and around the southeastern part of the state to serve customers…read more →

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