Home & Garden in Oil City


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  • Furniture Galleries Carpet One
    Furniture Galleries Carpet One was founded in 1961. We are the leader in home fashion in Pittsburgh. We discount the finest merchandise and have the best selection of name brands like: Stressless, Tempurpedic, Drexel Heritage, Century Furniture, Hooker Furniture, Shaw, Mohawk and Karastan.
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    465 Pittsburgh Rd
    Butler, 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
  • Urraro Gallery
    Housed within an art gallery and wine shop, the Urraro Gallery outfits artwork and keepsakes with close-fitting protective frames. Staff lead patrons through a smorgasbord of wood and metal frames to find the border best suited to protect a portrait from harsh sunlight or the oily fingerprints of a child robot. A plethora of mats in various colors, textures, and shapes can accent prints, and shadow boxes house treasures such as a collection of medals, a lock of football-mascot fur, or a hobo's shadow. The average cost for a custom frame ranges $50–$150, and frame sizes range from quaint 4"x6" memory-keepers to 40"x60" frames large enough to hold a life-size print of a miniature pony. After framers finish their work on-site, clients can pick up the finished piece in the store or have it shipped home.
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    152 West 12th Street
    Erie, PA US
  • Al's Awning Shop
    For 60 years, Al's Awning Shop has been awing residential and commercial clients with custom-made awnings, custom-designed canvas products, and more. Today's sidecar Groupon keeps the wind off your back while you test the ice for cracks. The ice hut, which measures 44"x58" at the base and 52" in height, has room for two tenants and features four pockets, two zippers, and two windows. Made with a sturdy, durable canvas, the hut can be easily assembled, dismantled, and hoisted by a solitary ice-fisherman.
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    1721 W 26th St
    Erie, PA US
  • Edible Arrangements
    Edible Arrangements smothers semisweet chocolate on one of six fresh fruits, including apples, strawberries, oranges, pineapple, pears, and bananas, to ensure loved ones meet daily confections quotas. More popular than other edible dozens, such as eggs or tube socks, the 12 fruit pieces come packaged in a decorative box, ready to unleash unadulterated affection to rejoicing recipients. The strawberry- and-granny-smith-apple box contains crisp freshness beneath its enticing exterior, and dipped orange wedges and pineapple daisies envelop taste buds in a citrus cyclone. On a holiday, a first school day, or any day, an Edible Arrangement can turn a frown into an upright grapefruit wedge, a tear into a three-tiered citrus structure, and a friend into still just a friend, but one with a sweet, balanced diet.
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    2310 West 8th Street
    Erie, PA US
  • Claytopia
    Claytopia's spacious studio gives children and adults a place to test their creative chops through the medium of clay painting. A wide variety of blank, premade clay bisques offer myriad canvasses upon which the fevered imaginations of patrons may be projected. Bisque prices range from $1 to $50 per piece, and an hourly fee applies ($6 per hour for adults, $4 per hour for children under 13) to cover unlimited use of all paints, glazes, stencils, stamps, and other instruments of artistic creation, including philosophical advice and painting tips from the talented staff. Possible paintable forms include coffee mugs, plates, picture frames, and Disney figurines. All bisques and paints are food, microwave, and dishwasher safe. After painting and glazing their piece of choice, art makers should allow a week for the bisque to be fired in the kiln and laid off from its part-time job before picking up the newly hardened artistic creation.
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    2503 W 15th St
    Erie, PA US
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