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.
COVID-19 PLEASE CALL 410-377-0220 FOR STORE HOURS
In an effort to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be closed Monday through Thursdays until further notice. We will continue to do the best we can to serve our community through this time, but always do our best to balance that with caution. If you have any questions, please contact us at 410-377-0220 and be well in this unprecedented time.
Snow Blower Tune Up Time
If your snowblower has been dormant since last winter, we recommend that you have it serviced before the snow starts falling.
We are taking in snow blowers for tune-ups and carburetor overhauls, so get out there and see if your blower is starting. If you need our help, now is the time to get it in to us, if you can't get it to us we can come to get it. Our fee for pick up and delivery is $25.00 - 35.00.
Call for the most recent tune-up and part pricing, 410-277-0220. As part of the service, we will clean the fuel system of old gas, change the plug, change the oil, clean and adjust the carburetor. We check all cables and sheer pins.
When you have it returned to you it will be running like new.
Don't forget to buy some fuel stabilizer, it will hold off the ethanol problem in your fuel and prolong the life of your machine.
The Farmer's Almanac calls for this winter to be a very brutal one. With the Almanac foreseeing low temperatures and the potential for hefty precipitation, this could be a record breaking Baltimore winter. Believe it or not the earliest recorded snowfall in Baltimore was October 10th, 1979, during the World Series. The latest recorded snowfall was April 28th 1898. We average approximately 18.2 inches of annual snowfall in Maryland. Question being, ARE YOU READY?
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?