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Hardware Stores In Clinton Township


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Hardware Stores


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Business Listing   A C O Hardware - Stores - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 263-3050


Business Listing   Ace Hardware - Clinton Township - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 469-4444


Business Listing   All Phase Construction Services - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 469-0100


Business Listing   Bourlier & Sons Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 792-6300


Business Listing   Brafasco - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 790-4400


Business Listing   Butki Saw & Tool - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 954-0300


Business Listing   Consumers Lumber Company - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (810) 469-4444


Business Listing   D & J Lawn & Snow Corporation - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 465-3349


Business Listing   D & J Lawn Landscape Contractors - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 954-0015


Business Listing   Fiberclass Siding & Gutters - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 493-1103


Business Listing   FJF Door Sales Company Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 468-9787


Business Listing   Fluid Systems Engineering Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 790-8880


Business Listing   Graco Industries Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 468-7340


Business Listing   Grates Hardware - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 463-4293


Business Listing   Harbor Freight Tools - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 790-5340


Business Listing   JCL Snowplow Dealer Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 783-3182


Business Listing   JDJ Tool Supply CO - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 412-9140


Business Listing   Perfect Products CO - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 791-4804


Business Listing   Slater Tools - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 465-5000


Business Listing   State Screw Products Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 463-9060


Business Listing   Suburban Bolt & Supply CO - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 469-6609


Business Listing   Summit Window Cleaning - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 790-4770


Business Listing   Taylor Made Products - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 416-5000


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Helpful Definition for: Hardware Stores

Hardware stores in Clinton Township deal in household general hardware including: fasteners, hand tools, power tools, keys, locks, hinges, chains, plumbing supplies, electrical supplies, cleaning products, house wares, tools, utensils, paint, and lawn and garden products. These stores sell the products directly to the customers for their personal or business needs. Many hardware stores have special departments for hunting and fishing supplies, plants and nursery products, marine and boating supplies, pet food and supplies, farm and ranch supplies including animal feed, swimming pool chemicals, home-brewing supplies and canning supplies. Such departments are included in a hardware store, depending on the local demand. Larger hardware stores in Clinton Township may sell small amounts of building supplies including lumber, flooring, roofing materials and fencing. Home Centers or Lumberyards are the hardware stores that sell everything needed to build a house.

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