Gill-Roy's Hardware

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Gill-Roy's Hardware
Gill-Roy's Hardware is listed in the Hardware Stores category in Flint, Michigan. Displayed below are the social networks for Gill-Roy's Hardware which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Gill-Roy's Hardware on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 82.

Gill-Roy's Hardware offers Hardware Stores services in Flint MI.

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Nothing says Spring/Summer is here more than campfires and yardwork. As you can see our store in Traverse City is ready for you. They have a great selection of fire rings in all sizes along with grates to do some open fire Grill-in. They also have a great variety of colors in Adirondack chairs for you to use around your fire pit or on your decks. Tired of sitting around, yard work is calling. Time to freshen up all your mulch beds or make some new ones, get your flowers planted and your gardens started. We have ALL the mulches, top soils, potting soils, fertilizers, etc you'll need. Gilroy, gillroys, Gilroys, GilRoys, Gilroy, Do It Best - No matter how you spell it - Gill-Roy's Got It!

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Our store in Elk Rapids is ready for warmer temps. Rafts and Floats for the rivers and lakes are ready for you. Time to plan an outing with friends and family and float the day away! In addition to a great selection of floats and rafts we have a great selection of coolers (Yeti, Igloo, Thermos, etc) to keep all those great drinks and snacks cool so you'll have a great time. Gilroy, Gilroys, GilRoys, Gilroy, gillroys, Do It Best - No matter how you spell it - Gill-Roy's Got It!

DIY - Fencing using posts from a chain link fence. Here's how: 1. Assemble the post sleeves. A "pinwheel" construction simplifies things by requiring just one size part and a consistent edge-to-face assembly technique. Use glue and screws to assemble the sleeves, then trim the ends to the finished length. 2. Level the post sleeves. The steel posts are likely to vary slightly in height, so for each post, measure from the top to a guide string tied to the end posts. This indicates the length of the stop block you'll need inside the post sleeve. Adhere a fender washer to the top of each post; that's where the bottom end of the stop block will rest. 3. Install the post sleeves. After securing the stop block inside the upper end of the sleeve with wood glue and screws, fit the post sleeve over the steel fence post. Attaching the slats will automatically align the sleeve with the rest of the fence. 4. Attach the slats. Work your way up from the bottom as you attach the 1x4 fence slats. Start flush with the lower end of the post sleeve, and use spacers to produce a consistent gap between slats. The guide board clamped to the post helps align the slat ends for a consistent offset. Attach the next section of slats to the back of the posts; continue to alternate from section to section. This makes the fence look good on both sides.

Snow-Blower Blowout - Price good now thru April 30, 2017.

Mulches, top soils, fertilizers are waiting for you!