We’re a locally owned and operated hardware that has been serving the Oscoda County area for 33 years. Our goal is to provide top rate products and services at competitive prices so you can get your projects done right here in the community you live. Fairview Hardware is part of Do it Best Corp, a member owned cooperative that provides greater buying power and whose philosophy of “Serving Others as We Would Like to be Served” fits perfectly with the way we prefer to do business. We believe in the community we serve and appreciate your support that allows us to provide jobs for local families and to give back to the community.
We believe in the community we serve and appreciate your support that allows us to provide jobs for local families and to give back to the community. Our dedicated team of employees are eager to help you with your next home project. Read more about our community support and how you can help.
We provide you with the right equipment for the job without your having to purchase it, thus saving you time and money. If we don’t have something you need, check with us. That’s the best way we have to know what items to have on hand for rent. Find out more on how to rent our quality equipment.
DIY Tips & Tricks
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.