Tools in Largo


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  • Frager's Hardware
    Every decent neighborhood needs three things: a good school, a mailman that barks back when dogs say hello, and a good hardware store to meet your indoor and outdoor needs. Frager's Hardware has served as the last of those on Capitol Hill since 1920. Frager's Lawn & Garden Center has helped their neighbors' outdoor foliage thrive as well, providing sound advice for year-round garden maintenance.
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    1115 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast
    Washington, DC US
  • Ace Hardware
    Providing an arsenal of home-improvement tools and services, Ace Hardware arms handypersons in the war against home repairs and DIY projects. Potting soil (up to $12) gives flowers a healthy foundation in which to grow up, learn to read, and run for mayor. Uncouth kitchen floors can find refinement with BonaKemi floor cleaner ($9+), and leaky pipes can cease their hydro hemorrhaging with a Dogbone swiveling wrench set ($19.99). Provide residential access to old friends, new family members, and trustworthy street magicians with duplicate keys ($1.99), allowing them to come, go, and admire your new grill tool set ($34) at their leisure.
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    10310B Main St
    Fairfax, VA US
  • Community Forklift
    Forgotten treasures step out of the shadows of antiquity at Community Forklift. A project of the Sustainable Community Initiatives nonprofit, the architectural-salvage shop raises money for community assistance like the Home Essentials Program and the Community Building Blocks Program. The funding comes from the sale of surplus building materials, salvaged lumber and fixtures from deconstructed homes, and used appliances. For those restoring an older home or with vintage tastes, the warehouse is packed with such finds as enameled cast-iron sinks, wainscoting from the late 1800s, and a steady stream of retro furniture from centuries past. Purchasing supplies here has plenty more benefits: it reduces construction-industry waste and makes home improvement more affordable. And if you're unsure how to get started on your own DIY projects, Community Forklift hosts lots of workshop on topics ranging from home carpentry to upcycling to beekeeping.
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    4671 Tanglewood Dr
    Hyattsville, MD US
  • Beltsville Construction Supply
    When you have a medical ailment in Beltsville, the professionals at Beltsville Construction Supply are only a call away. To suit the varying needs of patients, this medical facility offers a range of services, including medical checkups. We all get sick when we least expect it, and luckily for you the doctors at Beltsville Construction Supply are available to assist with your medical needs.
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    11525 Edmonston Rd
    Beltsville, MD US
  • Just Paper and Tea
    Nestled between bay windows with verdigris awnings, Just Paper & Tea’s bright-red door serves as a cheery invitation to enter the store. Behind the cardinal-hued portal, happy sighs cut through the rustle of paper as patrons riffle through the shop’s hand-picked assortment of stationery accented with custom designs and elegant lettering. Perched at their workstations, calligraphers artfully emblazon blank cards with birth announcements or legally binding grocery lists, and staffers help brides- and grooms-to-be draft up dream wedding invitations. Along with lavish paper wares, Just Paper & Tea’s shelves also brim with a vast selection of teas that call to mind distant landscapes with smoky darjeeling and herbaceous green matcha.
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    3232 P St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • True Value on 17th
    True Value stocks shelves with tools, garden supplies, and other home-improving products for a plethora of abode augmentations. Barricade backyards against swing-set hogs with cedar espalier trellises, which train bushes to create protective walls ($17.99). Devoted DIYers can grab 32-ounce ball pein hammers ($20.99) to bang together scaffolding or use telescopic hedge shears ($29.99) to re-shape shrubbery into leafy, larger-than-life busts of Millard Fillmore. Or, acquire several solar-powered garden lights ($6.49 each) and fuse them together to form attractive, eco-friendly hanging lanterns.
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    1623 17th St NW
    Washington, DC US
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