Home Repairs in Butler


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  • Ace Hardware
    With winter looming like a cloud of spilled oatmeal on the horizon, now is the ideal time to batten down the hatches and get home-care projects underway. Colorfully feather your nest with paints and supplies from Benjamin Moore (starting at $3.99), or eradicate stray skids with Bona floor products and accessories (starting at $7.99). Pick up some multi-purpose Gorilla Glue ($2.99 - $8.99) for minor repairs, or to finally mount every buffalo nickel and steel penny in your coin collection. Additional selections of tools, hardware, and cleaning products keep dens snug through cold winter months. Should plentiful options make your head perform pirouettes, a helpful staff is on hand with dedicated customer service that will bring back fond memories of simpler days, such as December 8, 1947, or September 26, 1959. Whatever the project may be, Wexford Ace Hardware carries the wares and professional guidance to get the home-improvement wheel running without unexpected leaks or squeaking noises. Top-drawer customer service, an enormous stock of supplies for all occasions, competitive prices, and the ability to special order any product make Ace the place that houses dream about when they begin having existential crises.
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    11910 Perry Hwy
    Wexford, PA US
  • 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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    7402 McKnight Rd
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Mountain Creations
    Mountain Creations is a supplier of premier quality cedar log home packages. We offer 40 standard plans to choose from or custom design your dream home at no additional charge. MCLH offers the best cedar for the best price.
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    10517 Perry Hwy
    Wexford, PA US
  • Direct Tools Factory Outlet
    Stocked with tools and home appliances from factory overruns, Direct Tools Factory Outlet outfits consumers with new and reconditioned power tools, grills, and accessories at discounted rates. The shop vends electric screwdrivers, drills, and saws by Ryobi, and keeps them running with a range of batteries and chargers. Stok Island gas grills sear steaks atop 363 square inches of cooking space, and once the barbecue is over, grill masters can cloak the grill with a double-layered vinyl cover. Direct Tools Factory Outlet also purveys a range of vacuums by Dirt Devil and Hoover, allowing homeowners to suck up fur from their dog or Chia pet with ease.
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    1911 Leesburg Grove City Road
    Grove City, PA US
  • Chrisellie
    Invisalign aligns teeth with a series of clear, removable trays made to fit each client's mouth structure. To prepare teeth for the see-through straightening, an experienced dentist conducts an initial Invisalign exam, checking the strength and health of teeth without playing a "Guess Your Tooth Strength and Health" carnival game. The canine consultation includes a set of x-rays and impressions to determine the severity of spacing and alignment issues. Those choosing to proceed with the mouth-formatting service are fitted for the Invisalign removable trays and are given a $1,000 discount off the total cost of the service (usually around $3,500–$6,000).
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    109 Pleasant Dr
    Aliquippa, PA US
  • Duron Paints and Wallcoverings
    For 17 years, third-generation and FAA–certified sky engineer Addison M. Brown has hoisted panorama junkies into the sky by harnessing the power of hot, blustery air. Each morning, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 a.m., he and his team pile up to 8 to 14 passengers into the basket of their giant balloons. Then, firing off the burner, they slowly lift off as the sun begins its own ascent, typically reaching heights from 500 to 2,000 feet. Below them, the rays of the sunrise wash over vistas of downtown Asheville, a patchwork of multicolored crop fields, and the tree-covered backs of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Maneuvering with the morning's mild wind currents, they ferry the group over hills and hollows for a 3- to 5-mile float. Upon a gentle landing, the crew celebrates with passengers by offering them a champagne toast and helping them dust the clouds out of their hair. Passengers are welcomed to bring their own cameras or video cameras to document the flight.
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    2701 Smallman St
    Pittsburgh, PA US
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