Eldredge Lumber & Hardware Inc

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Eldredge Lumber & Hardware Inc
Eldredge Lumber & Hardware Inc offers Hardware Stores services in Portsmouth NH.

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Eldredge Lumber & Hardware Inc has an overall ZapScore of 89. This means that Eldredge Lumber & Hardware Inc has a higher ZapScore than 89% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Portsmouth, New Hampshire is 41 and in the Hardware Stores category is 49. Learn more about ZapScore.

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I am so thankful that we have Eldridge Hardware in York. They do the town a great service to provide us do-it-yourself people with what we need to keep our homes and yards functioning without traveling far and wide for it. They have just about everything and anything one might need, plus a great group of friendly, customer oriented employees. I have never had to search for assistance...they're everywhere!

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Co-founders Maggie Knowles and Avery Yale Kamila with a brain trust of organic experts at The Press Hotel after the public hearing. From left, executive director of Beyond Pesticides Jay Feldman, Falmouth town councilor Andy Jones, lawn & garden head at Eldredge Lumber & Hardware John Bochert, and owner of Eldredge Lumber & Hardware Scott Eldredge. Scott Eldredge told the group that sales in the lawn & garden department are up 40% since the store started phasing out synthetic pesticides. He's surprised more hardware stores haven't made this switch to organic. It's what Mainers want.

Eldredge Lumber & Hardware shared Greater Portland Landmarks's event.
Join us at the PRESERVATION IN ACTION Day of Workshops on April 1st in Portland! Marvin Design Gallery by Eldredge is sponsoring this awesome event that can provide owners of older homes with a wealth of resources. "A morning of workshops with local preservation experts who can help you with updating your older home! Open to everyone interested in learning best practices in repairing, renewing older buildings and enhancing traditional designs." Our colleague, Ron Conterio of A.W. Hastings & Co., will lead the Window Expert Panel at 10:15am: Should I Replace or Restore my Old Windows and Doors? 10:15 am – 11:15 am This panel of experts will consider how to evaluate older windows, and criteria and options when you just can’t save your original windows. Using case examples, they will talk about how to decide what to do and ways that replacements can be most compatible with existing historic buildings. Panelists: Marc Bagala, owner of Bagala Window Works, Ron Conterio, Marvin Design Gallery, and Mac Collins, historic preservation architect and master planner. We hope to see you there!
Fixing up your old house? Want to know where to start? How to re-design the space? How to make the best choices for your home and your investment? This event is for you! USE DISCOUNT CODE FRIENDS FOR 50% OFF! Register Early to get the discount: http://www.portlandlandmarks.org/events/2017/4/1/preservation-in-action A morning of workshops with local preservation experts who can help you with updating your older home! Open to everyone interested in learning best practices in repairing, renewing older buildings and enhancing traditional designs. The workshop will be held at and is presented in conjunction with Maine Charitable Mechanic Association. Choose 3 of 6 Great Sessions! Don’t Be Afraid of Your Windows:Maintenance for Historic Windows 9:00 am – 10:00 am Administering regular maintenance to your windows can make all the difference in assuring they last another 100 years, work properly and maintain energy efficiency. All the parts of a window can be repaired or replaced simply and inexpensively. And best of all, anyone can do it with a bit of knowledge and a few basic techniques. Marc will guide the audience through identifying the parts that make up a window and then suggest a simple step-by-step process from disassembly to reassembly. Marc Bagala, owner of Bagala Window Works in Westbrook, ME. Where do I Begin? Planning your Project 10:15 am – 11: 15 am Join long-time restoration contractor Peter Taggart in this session to learn how to organize and plan your next renovation or restoration project. Proper planning and organization can help you manage costs, avoid surprises, and assure the long term value of your home is maintained. Bring your project ideas and information to explore specific questions you might have regarding your next home project. Peter Taggart, owner/president of Taggart Construction in Freeport. Who Lived Here? Researching the History of your House 11:30 am – 12: 30 pm Ever wonder how old your house is or who lived in it over the years? Then this is the workshop for you. Join Julie Larry as she shares traditional research methods along with creative ways to uncover the hidden history of your house. Julie Larry, Director of Advocacy for Greater Portland Landmarks Realtor Panel: Investments that Will Pay Off for You and Your Older Home 9:00 am – 10:00 am Join three prominent historic property real estate brokers for a candid discussion about buying, owning and selling an older home. Sure they have lots of character but older homes also require a lot of time, energy and money. The discussion will include thoughts on what to look for when buying, what renovations make sense and what projects you should undertake before selling your old home. Panelists: Ed Gardner, Ocean Gate Realty, Tom Landry, Benchmark Residential and Investment Real Estate, John Hatcher, Keller Williams Realty / The Hatcher Group Window Expert Panel: Should I Replace or Restore my Old Windows and Doors? 10:15 am – 11:15 am This panel of experts will consider how to evaluate older windows, and criteria and options when you just can’t save your original windows. Using case examples, they will talk about how to decide what to do and ways that replacements can be most compatible with existing historic buildings. Panelists: Marc Bagala, owner of Bagala Window Works, Ron Conterio, Marvin Design Gallery, and Mac Collins, historic preservation architect and master planner. Design Panel: New Uses for Old Spaces (Kitchens, Baths, Porches, and other Old House Projects) 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Join this panel of preservation professionals for a lively conversation about mixing old and new and the joys and challenges of remodeling an older home. What hidden problems might come to light during a project and how to survive one of the most exasperating, expensive and exhilarating aspects of older homeownership. Panelists: John Burdick, founder of Your Kitchen Imagined, Carol DeTine, founder of Carriage House Studio, Peter Taggart, owner/president of Taggart Construction. Bonus Session: Historian Herb Adams will give a lunchtime talk about the story behind the Maine Charitable Mechanic Association followed by an opportunity to explore the historic building.
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