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Rockler Woodworking and Hardware #34
(603) 898-5941
373 S. Broadway
Salem, NH

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Jim Rogers Sawmill
(800) 422-6250
117-R Jewett St.
Georgetown, MA

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The Mall At Rockingham Pk
(603) 894-7700
77 Rockingham Park Blvd
Salem, NH
Store Hours
Sears Stores
Store Type
Sears Stores
Hours
Mon:10-21
Tue:10-21
Wed:10-21
Thu:10-21
Fri:10-21
Sat:8-21
Sun:10-18.5
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Mon:10-21
Tue:10-21
Wed:10-21
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Fri:10-21
Sat:8-21
Sun:10-18.5

Abbott-treat Industrial
(978) 685-5115
20 Winter St
Lawrence, MA
 
Bruckmanns True Value Hdw.
(978) 686-4105
179 S Broadway
Lawrence, MA
 
Northland Forest Products, Inc.
(603) 642-3665
16 Church StreetPO Box 369
Kingston, NH

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All Righteous Woods - Fruit of the Earth -
(978) 948-7329
288 Newburyport Turnpike Rte 1
Rowley, MA

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Lowe's
(978) 241-1861
25 Computer Drive
Haverhill, MA
Hours
M-SA 6 am - 10 pm
SU 8 am - 8 pm

Bridge Street True Value
(603) 635-1521
122 Bridge St
Pelham, NH
 
Arthur Sharp Farm Supply Inc.
(978) 374-4044
21 Middlesex St
Haverhill, MA
 
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Lawn Equipment, Garage Appliances

Maintaining that beautiful green

A beautiful lawn is something to take pride in, but it takes dedication and hard work. To cultivate a lush, green yard, you'll need a few key pieces of equipment in addition to your lawn mower .

The most undervalued lawn tool is the lawn aerator. Is your grass looking sparse? You seed regularly, but it never seems to catch well? Is there a dry, brown mat of thatch suffocating your lawn? Your problem is probably soil compaction. Grass needs loose soil in order to get enough air, water and nutrients. A lawn aerator punches holes in the ground to allow better circulation. It may look messy at first, but it will pay off.

You have several options for lawn aeration. Hand aerators are relatively inexpensive, but they aren't practical for large lawns. Mechanical aerators get the job done quickly, but they can be costly; you may prefer to rent one. Spiked aerating shoes are better than nothing, but they won't be as effective as a proper aerator. One way or another, though, all lawns should be aerated at least once a year.

Once your lawn has proper circulation and drainage, it needs water. If you have the budget for it, an in-ground sprinkler system is ideal. Most people, however, use a portable lawn sprinkler. When choosing a sprinkler, keep in mind the size of your yard and how often you will need to water it. A rotating sprinkler can cover a large radius, but delivers more water to the outer area of its reach, so the middle may not get enough. An oscillating model provides even coverage, but of a smaller area, so it will need to be moved around a lot. If you like nifty gadgets, look for a traveling sprinkler – the pressure of the water leaving the sprinkler sends it rolling along a track, covering a larger area.

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Hedge Trimmer

An important part of maintaining a neat, trim yard is keeping your hedges and shrubs under control. Manual hedge trimmers do a good job if you've only got one or two bushes, but for more shrubbery, you'll appreciate some power. There are three main options: gas hedge trimmers, corded electric hedge trimmers and cordless hedge trimmers.

A gas hedge trimmer offers the most power and portability. It will get you through heavy-duty jobs, but it is noisy and dirty. These models also cost more at the outset.

An electric hedge trimmer runs clean and quiet, and is lightweight compare to a gas-powered trimmer. A corded model can run continuously, but you will be limited by the length of its cord. A cordless hedge trimmer allows for good portability, as long as you keep it recharged. Either way, electric trimmers are better suited for smaller yards.

Weedeater

Weed trimmers or weed eaters are known by many names, but no matter what you call them, they are very handy tools. Their small cutting head and handheld design allow you to cut grass and weeds in areas where a lawn mower cannot reach. The most generic term for this type of equipment is string trimmer, since it op...

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