For over 30 years, we have been proud to serve Vandalia-Butler Township as a family owned and operated local business. From nuts and bolts, top soil and mulch, paint and paint supplies, electrical and plumbing, screen and window repair, lock and key duplication, we offer personal attention to each of your project’s needs. Unlike big box stores, we care about every customer who comes through our doors and treat everyone like family.
At North Dixie Do it Best Hardware, we strive to be a part of our community of Vandalia/Butler Township and surrounding cities. We are known for the neighborhood hardware store where our customers can get in and get out with what they need for their next home project. At North Dixie, you will be greeted with a smiling face and a team member ready to help you. Thank you for continuing to shop small and support local businesses.
North Dixie Hardware is your paint destination in Dayton, Ohio. The Color Bar is a new take on a paint department, designed to provide inspiration at every corner and give you confidence when choosing colors and selecting your paint products. The Color Bar is always current, displaying community and seasonal paint trends and examples of do-it-yourself projects.
DIY Tips & Tricks
Vinyl plank flooring has become exceedingly popular among homeowners. Cheaper and easier to install than tiles, hardwoods, and porcelain, it is an attractive, long-lasting, and versatile do-it-yourself floor covering. And it’s easy to install yourself: with just a few hours of work, you can cover a moderately sized room with vinyl plank flooring. Here’s what you’ll need and how to do it.
Effective yard drainage is critical for keeping your yard dry and your house in good shape. A soggy yard can cause a host of landscaping problems and unpleasantries that can ruin your backyard. Furthermore, a poorly draining yard can also direct water into your foundation, which can attract pests, rot, mildew, and mold and can ultimately damage your foundation and basement. Here are some ways you can fix bad drainage in your yard.
Much like with the air conditioner, it’s all too easy to take the furnace for granted in your home. It may produce heat steadily for years and then suddenly begin to produce unpleasant odors, increase your energy bills noticeably, or fail to turn on altogether one day. Taking care of your furnace on an annual basis with a few basic maintenance steps is the key to reliable performance. This checklist can be completed by any homeowner.