The helpful handymen at Hayden Ace Hardware and Ritzville Ace Hardware provide patrons with quality goods at quotable prices. Pick up an ax ($19.99), a smoke detector ($15.99), a whole bunch of screws, anchors, and bolts (prices vary), and you'll be ready to chop your own firewood and safely mount it on your wall. Gas cans ($11.99 each) and plastic swimming pools ($14.99) provide plenty of space to stash 20 pounds of bird food ($8.99) for the winter, and key-copying services ensure easy access to the goods for all members of the family. For guests looking to match paint to a favorite coverlet or pleather recliner, most Ace stores also offer a paint-matching service free of charge.
DirectBuy Club delivers tremendous savings opportunities by eliminating traditional retail markups. Since 1971, DirectBuy Club has been helping people, just like you, increase their buying power. By uniting consumers across North America through their local showrooms.
The largest manufacturer and supplier of paints in the Pacific Northwest, Parker Paint enables new-hue-craving customers to roll and brush fresh coats of luscious pigments onto formerly drab and dreary household surfaces. To reinvent interiors, several options await including the semigloss Wall Glow ($34.27/gallon) and the Velva Kolor ($30.59/gallon), with a less-reflective eggshell finish. Parker Paint also carries a selection of weather-scoffing exterior paints, such as the flat-finish Flextron 100 ($33.03/gallon) to help homeowners paint a realistic yet unflattering outdoor mural of the neighbors.
Rodda is the largest paint manufacturer in the Pacific NW with 48 stores in 5 states. We bring quality products and services to our customers & contractors in the residential, commercial, industrial & marine fields and partner with them to build successful businesses, because we believe "It's the finish that counts!"
What once began as a gerontology master’s project soon became a time-saving solution for homeowners across the country. In 2000, Spectrum founder and physical therapist Jenny Nelson became alarmed by the number of senior citizens she met with injuries caused by doing work around their homes. While pursuing her degree in gerontology, she made it her master’s project to found a care company that assisted seniors living on their own with tasks that weren’t simply health related. Soon thereafter, Spectrum Home Services was born and became Nelson’s life’s work.
By 2008, when Hal and Jeanette Fairless opened the Pacific Northwest franchise, Spectrum had grown to serve everyone, regardless of age or presence of free cake in the home. Spectrum’s original focus is still seen in its handyman services, through which techs specialize in building wheelchair ramps, installing grab bars and lifts, and performing ADA bathroom modifications. Cleaning crews come out weekly, biweekly, monthly, or as needed to tidy up living spaces, and organization specialists help remove clutter from busy lives. For local moves or seniors transferring to an alternative living facility, Spectrum’s relocation team will plan the project from start to finish.
The flooring-savvy staff stuff roll upon roll of carpets by Stainmaster, Shaw, and Tuftex into the enormous storeroom of Carpet Barn, each soft spool juxtaposed by a sleek and shiny selection of hardwood, linoleum, and laminate flooring. Inside the emporium, each of the salespeople boasts a minimum of 10 years' experience stocking, selling, and memorizing the zodiac signs of all kinds of flooring, helping customers find the best fit for their home and feet. Choices include plush rugs, environmentally friendly New Zealand wool, bamboo, and cork flooring. The barn dispatches a skilled crew of installers to professionally revamp homes, retail spaces, and baseball fields finally making the switch to linoleum.