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Family owned and operated for over 130 years.

Original hardwood floors squeak, seasonal products fill the displays and old fashioned hardware items remind you of days gone by while friendly service and knowledgeable staff greet you at the counter. We’re a main street staple of downtown Middlebury, IN has served Elkhart County in the heart of northern Indiana’s Amish Country for over 130 years.

Our Services

From top-notch tools to expert advice, we’ve got your DIY and home improvement needs covered! Our services are tailored to meet your every need. Trust us as your local experts and one-stop-shop for convenience, quality, and unmatched expertise in all things hardware! 

Redefining Customer Service

In years past, the hometown hardware store was right at the heart of the community. Sooner or later just about everyone in the community would stop by to pick up something for a repair, to get some advice on how to approach a project or just for a friendly visit. You could count on friendly, familiar faces; knowledge; great service and quality products.

Redefining Customer Service

Much More Than Hardware

We are an independently-owned member of Do it Best Corp., the only US-based, member-owned comprehensive and fully integrated hardware, lumber and building materials buying cooperative in the home improvement industry. Our store is stocked with products tailored just for you and your community, and our online catalog features 67,000 items available for purchase. If you need it, we have it, with fast and free delivery to our store.

Much More Than Hardware

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