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Damariscotta Hardware is family owned and has been serving mid-coast Maine since 1955. We have grown and we have changed but our focus has always been on our customers.

Customer Service….It’s who we are

When you’ve been doing it for over 50 years, it becomes more than second nature- it’s who we are. We’re proud to be known as the place to go for all your hardware, paint, gardening and home repair needs. From chain to pipe or glass to screens, if it needs to be cut, trimmed or fixed, we can do it.
And when it says “some assembly required”, don’t panic… we do that too!

Please, come see us today!

The Gardiner Family Tradition of Helpful Service and Honest Value Began in 1955

At the age of 16, Bob Gardiner began working part-time at Cross Hardware in Skowhegan. Even then, he dreamed of owning his own store. After years of learning and experience, he opened Damariscotta Hardware in 1955 on Main Street, in the old site of Lincoln County Hardware. Customer service and good work ethics as well as providing a quality product were always of top priority to Bob. A fire in 1960 during a blizzard caused Gardiner to close and build a new store on Upper Main Street in Damariscotta. In time the successful business grew and needed again to expand and move.

A third move in 2001 brought Damariscotta Hardware to a beautiful new building just a bit further up Main Street with plenty of parking and is the home of Damariscotta Hardware today. All completely handicapped accessible and with expanded departments, today’s customers have access to over 90,000 items. From Equipment Rental to Heating Stoves and Fuel, the Garden Center, Gas and Charcoal Grills, Plumbing, Electrical Supplies, Paint and Painting Supplies, Kitchenware, Cleaning Supplies, Tools and More – We have it all. Please come see this family owned and operated business today for all of your hardware needs.

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