Hall's Hardware & Lumber has proudly been serving Santa Rosa County since 1960. We are known for being a real hardware store with an old-fashioned general store feel. Much of our success comes from being deep into hardware and also having many exciting and interesting niches. Our reputation for excellent customer service and our unique product selection make us Santa Rosa County's favorite hardware store.
Regardless if you are constructing a deck, new stairs, working on a dock or just need a few boards to finish off your project, our convenience lumber department is here to serve. There is a selection of shapes, sizes, lengths, and widths of treated lumber ready for you here at Hall’s Hardware.
Here at Hall’s Hardware we pride ourselves on having everything you need to get help and get it done, but we are more than just a hardware store. Come visit and shop our expansive departments in housewares, knives, premium pet foods, military supplies, toys, live plants, and more!! If you are looking for the perfect gift for a friend, family member or just something for yourself, we invite you to explore our store. You never know what new treasure you will discover.
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Clogged sinks can happen, and when they do, you want to be sure that you know exactly what to do. Use these easy DIY techniques to save money in the long term by taking care of your clogged sink drain in the short term. Just remember: when unclogging your stuck drain, be sure to wear a pair of rubber gloves for safety.
Upholstered furniture like sofas, couches, and armchairs are essential to making a home feel cozy and comfortable. However, the fabrics and padding on these pieces of furniture also make them tricky to keep clean. Get those sofas and armchairs clean again rather than resigning yourself to slipcovers by using these tips that will prevent damage to sensitive upholstery.
With nearly 200,000 cooking fires a year in the US alone, it’s clear that the kitchen remains one of the biggest safety risks in the home. Yet there’s no reason that cooking can’t be relaxing and safe with a few rules and the right equipment. The key to preventing kitchen fires is controlling the flame source and keeping flammable materials out of reach. But there’s more you must do to keep your kitchen a safe place to work and gather.