Without rocking chairs, grandmothers would have to tape babies to the household pendulum to swing them to sleep. Refurbish your home's infant-soothers with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of hardware and more at Rockler Woodworking and Hardware in Sandy Springs.
Rockler Woodworking and Hardware offers a colossal selection of timber-tending supplies and hard-to-find hardware that lures alpha handymales and craftscubs alike. The friendly, helpful staff guides questing carpenters through a multitude of DIY ingredients including finishes, stains, hinges, slides, and knobs to aid in shortening chore lists and improving domiciles. Hand tools, such as the 59-piece screwdriver tool set ($29.99), help ease empty tool-chest syndrome after Mr. Phillips and Ms. Flathead's spontaneous elopement. Mitchell Abrasives sanding cords and tape allow timber tinkerers to precisely articulate curves ($5.99), and the Titebond III Ultimate wood glue binds elegantly shaped appendages into functional, fashionable frankenfurnishings ($5.79+). Rockler also stocks exclusive products such as the smooth-sliding, ball-bearing TopSlide drawer slides ($9.99+), as well as custom crafts and accessories.
Originally opened as a mail-order woodworking company in 1954, Rockler caters to lumber lubbers with its commitment to stocking high-quality woods and specialized products. With tree-sourced selections ranging from domestic, such as oak, cherry, birch, and walnut, to exotic, such as cocobolo, rosewood, and mahogany, this amply stocked store ably outfits even the busiest of dam-remodeling beavers.
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.