Ace Hardware

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Ace Hardware is listed in the Hardware Stores category in Sauk Village, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for Ace Hardware which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Ace Hardware on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 90.

Contact information for Ace Hardware is:
1701 E Sauk Trl
Sauk Village, IL 60411
(708) 758-2700
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Lost A Manual? We Have You Covered! ( gplnk.co/2kI2tNR

Lost A Manual? We Have You Covered! (http://gplnk.co/2kI2tNR) Losing a #manual can be a pain in the you-know-what. We keep them for a variety of reasons, maybe you want to have warranty info ready, spare parts are often taped to the manual (I do this a lot). Maybe you threw it into the trash by mistake. Or perhaps goblins ran off with it. If you've been scrambling around your shed or garage trying to find the manual that goes with that tool, then we have a resource for you. At any rate losing the manual is no longer a problem. After all manuals are important. They tell you important safety information and best practices on how to use your tool. They also include warranty information. If you have misplaced your tool manual never fear! At Do It Best Hardware we have a range of PDF manuals on our website. You can easily filter the search results to find manuals from the specific brand of tool that you have. If you have an account with us you can add the manual directly to your product collection. To see our full set of manuals check out our website through the link above. #tools #manual #homeimprovement


Mess Makers ( gplnk.co/2lQVya3

Mess Makers (http://gplnk.co/2lQVya3) If you live with #dogs, or #cats, you know that they can be prone to making messes. Sometimes small messes, and sometimes bigger ones. In the case below, I think it's safe to assume who the chief culprit is! If you can't be bothered to wait around for your bulldog to learn how to pick up after herself, it might be time to bring out a little extra help, like the kind you get with a Shop Vac. We have a large selection of vacuums on our website, and when you have this handy 1 gallon wet & dry machine under your counter, messes won't last long. 1 peak HP by-pass motor. Dent resistant plastic tank. Automatic float shut-off stops wet pickup when full. Compact and portable with a convenient top carrying handle. Reusable dry filter Model No. 901-07-62 with easy-to-use mounting ring. 6' power cord. 95 cfm (cubic feet per minute). Includes 4' x 1-1/4" hose, crevice tool, and gulper nozzle. Replacement filter bag available. Red and black. Click on the link above to see the full description or browse through other available machines on the website. #vacuum #ShopVac #funny #housecleaning

Did You Know Most Homes Are Under-Insulated? (http://gplnk.co/2labJwk) If you find yourself constantly blasting the #heater in your home, it is probably due to the fact that its still winter, but also, you could be losing valuable heat because of poor insulation in your home. Do you know the most common areas of a home that are the cause of heat loss? If you thought of our attic or basement being poorly insulate, you're on the right track! Improperly insulated attics or basements can cost homeowners or renters as much as 30% extra per year on their utility bills. An article in Greener Ideal discusses insulation in the attic and basement in a recent blog post we wanted to share today: Nearly every home is built with some form of insulation in its exterior walls, but it may not be enough to properly reduce energy loss from your home. The minimum levels of insulation called for in many local building codes aren’t anywhere close to what the U.S. Dept. of Energy recommends for comfort and energy savings today. By sealing air leaks in a typical older house and upgrading insulation levels in the attic and basement (the two most accessible areas for adding insulation), it’s possible to cut heating and cooling costs by 30% or more. The environmental impact of these savings is significant: fewer carbon emissions from furnaces, boilers and electrical power plants that burn fossil fuels. Full article here (http://gplnk.co/2lahPwu) Also, make sure you visit Do It Best online, we have a huge selection of window and insulation equipment to make sure your heating bills stay reasonable this winter. Follow the link at the top of today's post to check out our website. #insulation #winter #homeimprovement #tips


Did You Know Most Homes Are Under-Insulated? ( gplnk.co/2labJwk


Farm Dogs ( bit.ly/2lNcDPg

Farm Dogs (http://bit.ly/2lNcDPg) These #dogs look like they're really enjoying their day. Who amongst us has not wanted to take a stroll through a perfectly planted corn field? I'll be honest, I'm completely jealous of these dogs. Did you know in 2015 $133.1 billion worth of American ag products were exported around the world? The US sells more food to international markets than we import. 2 million farms dot America’s rural landscape. About 99 percent of U.S. farms are operated by families – individuals, family partnerships or family corporations. Source (http://bit.ly/2lNaSkM) Speaking of farms, did you know Do It Best carry's thousands of products and tools to help farmers manage their land better? Whether you're looking for welded wire fences, mineral blocks, horseshoes, trail cameras, tanks, fence and gate hardware - hey, where are you going!? You get the point, right? Whether you're just setting up a grow box in your backyard, or providing wholesale produce let Do It Best be your farm supplier. And just so you know, with our FREE ship to store feature, you won't have to order with the worry that maybe what you get won't be exactly what you need. #farming #tools #equipment #producers

Interview with Do It Best's Gary Loosle (http://gplus.ly/2kpPBvR) Ever walk the aisles of #DoItBest hardware stores and wonder how all the awesome products end up on the shelves? It's not as simple as you might think, and Gary Loosle is just the guy to shed some light on the topic. Gary grew up working around his parent's hardware store, and has now been part of the Do It Best family for about 12 years. Currently, Gary works as the garden merchandise manager at a wholesale level. Hardware Retailing Magazine published an interview with Gary recently we wanted to share with you today: HR: Why are new products so important to the independent retailer? GL: New products are a great way for independent retailers to differentiate themselves from other retailers, especially the big boxes. In particular, look for regional items. Big box stores have a hard time working with regional niches because so much of what they do happens at a national level. In addition, independent retailers can be the ones who get the new product first. Don’t be afraid to be the first one to try something new. Some stores only want to add a new item after it’s been out in the marketplace for a while and sold well in other stores. Those who do that will miss out on the initial excitement surrounding the product and won’t be known as the place to go to find what’s new. Check out the full interview through the link above! #wholesale #hardware #interview


Interview with Do It Best's Gary Loosle ( gplus.ly/2kpPBvR