Welcome to Ayd Hardware, your friendly, neighborhood hardware store since 1974! If you dont see what you need on the site, give us a call. 410-377-0220.
Ice Melt Is In!!
We are happy to announce we have more ice melt product on the shelves!! We are trying hard to keep up with demand but supplies are quickly evaporating. We are already working on our next order in hopes to keep ahead of demand.
Due to demands in the area and north of us, ice melt is quickly becoming harder and harder to find. We are constantly working on getting more for our customers, but the demand is starting to quickly exhaust the supply. We will do our best to keep the shelves stocked but we suggest you give us a call (410-377-0220) or check our Facebook for more information.
Lawnmower Drop Off
We will start accepting lawnmowers for tune-ups and repair on March 15th. Spring is on the horizon and it is time to get those weed and grass eating machines their much needed spring wake up call. If you need your mower picked up, we can do that too (for a small fee of course). If you have any questions about our lawnmower service or anything else please contact us at 410-377-0220. Remember, the quicker you get your mower here the faster we can get it back to you. If you wait for the grass to grow then realize your mower isn't running, you may regret not taking this chance to bring in your mower before you really need it. This season we are not repairing 2 cycle equipment, we are sorry for any inconvenience.
Who doesn't love fresh fruits and vegetables? It's a great feeling to be self-sufficient and grow your own food. If you do this, you know exaclty what you're putting into your food source. When you go to a super market, do you REALLY know what you're getting? No, but growing your own fruits and veggies this time of year is a great way to ensure great produce and you'll know exaclty whats in your food. Read more to find out how!
Winterizing Your Home
Living in Baltimore we are very used to crazy weather. From the high heat and humidity of the summer months to the cool, snowy winters we are constantly coping with Mother Nature. Our bodies may adapt to it, but is your house ready for the winter weather that comes with life in Baltimore?