Home Repairs in Beecher


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  • Rockler Woodworking and Hardware
    Family patriarch Nordy Rockler opened the doors of his first store in 1954 to supply his fellow craftsmen with knowledge, friendly advice, and a large selection of tools for at-home woodworking projects. Now, the chain of retail outlets brims with more than 20,000 tools and specialized woodworking equipment. Next to a steely rainbow of hinges, casters, and screws, a supply of lumber and exotic hardwoods provides planks for building tree houses or just leaving around as a warning to uncooperative trees. The tenor buzz of power tools operated by newly knowledgeable guests drifts from educational sessions on operating equipment and woodworking.
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    29918 Woodward Ave
    Royal Oak, MI US
  • Weingartz
    Weingartz, family owned and operated, accouters customers with a sprawling collection of equipment, parts, and service options. Customers can ensure smooth lawnmower rolling with Oregon wheel assemblies ($37.99) or pickup a Toro auger drive cable ($28.99) to keep snow blowers prepared for Old Man Winter's upcoming pranks. Weingartz's technicians turn handy powers on worn-down machinery, sharpening mower blades on ($19.95) or off the mower ($6.95), flushing fuel systems ($44), and repairing flat tires on lawn equipment ($19.95). Helpful employees keep customers educated on purchases, walking them through purchases, repairs, and how to apologize for trimming off the head of a neighbor's topiary statue of James A. Garfield.
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    5436 Jackson Road
    Ann Arbor, MI US
  • Deronne True Value Hardware
    The DeRonne family continues its seven decades of hardware heritage by stocking life-simplifying hardware and home goods in the largest of the DeRonne True Value Hardware stores. Overcome childhood fears of the Canadian flag to eradicate autumn leaves and spruce-up down-spruced lawns with the help of a Green Thumb 24-inch rake ($9.49), 3-pound bag of fall-mix grass seed ($9.49), or weed and feed fertilizer ($10 for 5,000 sq. ft. of coverage). A Master Tradesman 8'x10' multipurpose tarp shelters moisture-sensitive goods from the elements ($8.99), and the shop's selection of Michigan-made products, such as Carhartt clothes, helps support and promote in-state manufacturers.
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    18561 E 9 Mile Rd
    Eastpointe, MI US
  • Ace Hardware
    Handy employees help customers navigate shelves stocked with home-improvement implements, household appliances, and domestic essentials at Ace Hardware. Prepare for autumn with a sturdy leaf scoop ($6.49) and a package of five 30-gallon paper bags ($2.99), or reduce power consumption by purchasing compact fluorescent bulbs ($0.99 each), as an alternative to housing relatives inside an energy-efficient hamster wheel. In addition to its wide selection of hardware, paint, plumbing, and electrical supplies, Ace Hardware dedicates ample space to gifts, home décor, and housewares.
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    17101 Kercheval Ave
    Grosse Pointe, MI US
  • Century Hardware
    Established in 1991, Century Hardware upgrades kitchen and bath spaces with a wide variety of handcrafted, decorative knobs, handles, and pulls. The company's unique patented designs are available through its readily available inventory, which includes collections that range from medieval and nordic to vineyard and roman styles.
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    4774 East Paris Avenue Southeast
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Flint Institute of Arts
    Since 1928, the Flint Institute of the Arts (FIA) has chronicled the cultural history of the city and today continues to influence its rebirth. In that time, the museum has been designated as a National Treasure by the President's Committee on the Arts in 2002 and received the Governor's Award for Arts and Cultural Organization in 2007. As a world-class cultural institution, the FIA draws over 120,000 visitors a year to an array of exhibitions, film screening, lectures, educational outreach programs, and family events that enlighten art lovers and celebrate Flint's diversity. Within the FIA's 150,000 square feet of space, stunning gallleries of over 8,000 objects, including sculptures, paintings, and artifacts, tell the story of Flint's past and future. Its libraries and art school prepare the next generation of artists. The FIA also features a video gallery, a cafe and gift shop, a great hall for large events, and a theater for films and lectures.
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    1120 E Kearsley St.
    Flint, MI US
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