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Putting It On The Shelf

Those of you that read my blog will remember that Mary Anne and I like to go camping from time to time. We got another chance to go a few weeks ago and decided to trek to Allegheny in Pennsylvania again to take in some of the Fall color. We took the dogs and had

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Right In The Old Pie Hole

As a (late) end to the Summer, a couple weeks ago Mary Anne and I got to do something fun. She belongs to a cooking club in Fairport Harbor and they get together once a month and share things that they have made for a dinner. This month I got to participate as it was

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Division Can Be A Good Thing

It’s been a strange sort of Summer here at Hill Hardware Store. In spite of the pandemic, we’ve been very busy, with in-store sales running 30-50% higher than normal. That keeps me hopping pretty good and I haven’t had time to add to the blog. Things are starting to slow a little now that Labor

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Time To Blast Off

It’s been a couple weeks since I wrote anything for the blog, but we’ve been pretty busy, literally. In spite of the “stay-at-home” conditions here, the store, which has “essential business” status has been open and busy the whole time. Then when Ohio started to reopen a couple weeks ago I thought things would start

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Let’s Get Something Straight

I promised last time that I would wrap up the fascinating mower story last week. Those of you scoring at home may have noticed that I didn’t. It’s not that I was lazy writing the blog, it’s that I didn’t get the mower finished ’till yesterday (boy, is that grass long!). As I was saying

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Save The Oil And Change The Mower

You might not have heard the old saying, “It might be time to save the oil and change the car,” but it might have been appropriate yesterday. It’s supposed to mean that whatever you are working on has about reached the end of it’s useful life. That is about the case for my small push

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The Tip Of The Iceberg

When it comes to tips, there are several kinds. There are the bookies’ tips, beef tips and noodles, and of course the tip of the iceberg. Here at the hardware store though, when folks come in and ask me if I have any tips I always answer the same way, “ Buy low and sell

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What’s New

Spring is officially here now, although a couple days ago when I got home, Mary Anne said, “how much snow are we supposed to get tonight?” I replied it’s not actually snowing, the super forecast weather on the computer says it’s raining. As we watched the snow flakes drift down it occurred to me that

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Cutting the Cheese

Well, another week of this mess has come and gone. We’re still open here at the hardware store and rumor has it that things are going to start to transition back to normal starting at the end of the month. I saw someone online quote Winston Churchill from just after the Battle of Britain (look

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What’s New

Well, we’ve survived another stay at home week here in Burton. Of course I’ve still got to come in to keep our essential hardware store open. Mary Anne does most of her work on a computer, so she is able to work from home pretty effectively, but I haven’t figured out how to sell hardware

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Contact Us

Hill Hardware
14545 Main Street (N. Cheshire)
Burton Ohio 44021

We are directly across the street from Coffee Corners!

Phone: (440) 834-4471
Email: service@hill-hardware.com

Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Closed on Sundays