Jump Into Spring With Home And Garden Inspiration From Parma Heights Small Businesses!

Spring and summer are great for tackling the home or garden project you’ve been thinking about, and that often means a trip to the hardware store to stock up on supplies. The most amazing of all hardware stores is found in Parma Heights. Andy's Hardware is the Grand  Daddy of hardware stores in NE Ohio.  Unique and tailored to meet the needs of the local community. All of the staff are committed to being helpful by offering customers knowledgeable advice, helpful service and quality products. They have gardening supplies for your lawn, as well as hardware staples, and more. The store also offers key making services.  

They will help you find whatever you need for any Spring home project, down to the individual nut and bolt. Lawnmower engine repair! Hedge Trimmer Sharpening! Lamp repair! Making patio screen doors!  Perusing the aisles, a polite young man asked if he could help me find something and proceeded to escort me to where the items were located. Everything from lawn fertilizer, multi-surface painter's tape to electrical outlets, plumbing supplies, this store has it all!    

Andy's Hardware, 6658 Pearl Road, in Parma Heights is worth a look and they will help you with your Spring chores. There's no better time to get outside and spruce up the yard and prep your lawn for Summer!    

A new season also means new furniture and decor styles, and it's always fun to browse Great Lakes Furniture, 6485 Pearl Rd, Parma Heights for the most current interior offerings!  Looking for a new sofa or chair? Great Lakes Furniture believes that everyone has a right to a well-furnished life. As a result, they are committed to deliver quality at a reasonable price. The Parma Heights store totals more than 14,000 square feet of treasures. The owners bring their design talents and signature style to a constantly rotating mix of Furniture, Antiques, Lighting, Desks, and Fine Art. Inspired by their love of all-things-home, their offerings are refined and aesthetic. Visit their showroom and be amazed by stunning furniture.

Emery Pinter

Worked in marketing research, marketing, and was a Librarian and Bookstore Manager. Advocate for small businesses.  Member of the Parma Heights Front Porch Forum, 2ND Fridays Parma Heights, the Dig, Plant, and Grow Garden Club, and believes preserving historical assets and buildings are a key ingredient to any city. 

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Volume 16, Issue 4, Posted 10:15 AM, 04.01.2024