Town & Country Hardware

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Town & Country Hardware
Town & Country Hardware is listed in the Landscape Equipment & Supplies category in Cary, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for Town & Country Hardware which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Town & Country Hardware on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 75.

Contact information for Town & Country Hardware is:
2420 SW Cary Pkwy
Cary, NC 27513
(919) 467-2018
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Encountering a STIHL saw for the first time can be quite thrilling. Here, Caitlin R. from Australia is excited by our toy saw.

Respect for the environment, workers and plants: the produce cultivated on the San Michele a Torri farm (Italy) includes organic wine and olive oil. STIHL tools are a reliable partner for sustainable management of the land. Find out more about the farm here: http://www.stihl.com/fattoria.aspx

Those who plant today will reap the rewards tomorrow. A farm worker prepares to plant new olive trees with a STIHL earth auger bit. Find out more about the farm here: http://www.stihl.com/fattoria.aspx

Out of the forest, into the forest: the treetop walk on the Saar Loop (Germany) stands on three legs which are made of a type of Douglas fir. This is cultivated, inter alia, in the Bavarian Forest and is a sustainable and natural building material. Check out the full story of the treetop walk here: http://www.stihl.com/treetop.aspx

STIHL champions sustainable forestry. It’s our job to tell people about the forest ecosystem. On a visit to the treetop walk on the Saar Loop (Germany), visitors can not only see the forest from a completely new perspective but also learn a great deal about it. So we’re delighted that STIHL tools were also used in the construction of the treetop walk. Check out the full story of the treetop walk here: http://www.stihl.com/treetop.aspx