• Everything you need, right here in Burton, since 1950!

    Everything you need, right here in Burton, since 1950!

  • Come inside and see what we've got!

    Come inside and see what we've got!

  • Yes - we make keys!

    Yes - we make keys!

  • Looking for that tough to find bolt? We've got it.

    Looking for that tough to find bolt? We've got it.

  • Tackle all your repair projects with us.

    Tackle all your repair projects with us.

  • We have fun building things - and we think you should too!

    We have fun building things - and we think you should too!

We Have (Just About) Everything!

No matter what supplies or tools you need for your current home repair project, we’ve got it. Come in and let us help. We are located right on Main Street “North Cheshire” across the street from Coffee Corners.

Those days “back when” are still here at Hill Hardware in Burton, Ohio. Where a peek in the window shows an intriguing selection. Come inside and the store seems to get bigger! There’s a little of everything, and someone friendly and knowledgeable to help you find what you need.

Little stuff and big stuff, from drill bits to ladders, it’s all here. If you are looking for something special, we carry a variety of local arts and crafts. We also carry fasteners by the piece and by the pound. Keys and candy. Even cast iron.

You can see some of what we have inside below:

Latest Blog Posts:

Something’s Fishy

I hate to write about the same thing too often, but I figured that this would be OK, as it was way back in June that I detailed my last fishing trip up on Lake Erie. As a reminder of how it went, let’s just say that it was underwhelming. Even though the walleye have

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A Grateful Nation

Some folks that came into the store this week noticed that I was away for a few days. A few asked if I was on vacation and I replied, “Not really, it was a family thing.” What it was actually was a trip to our nation’s capitol to go to Arlington National Cemetery for the

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A Little Too Salty

When it comes to taste, my wife Mary Anne prefers sweet, while I tend to like salty. Well, I used to think that nothing could be too salty for me, but I may have met my match. I was driving my Ford Escape (the wrecked one) to the store a few weeks ago and I

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