In 1911, Van and Tuck Sine opened Sine Hardware on Fifty-Eighth Drive in downtown Glendale, Arizona. A livery stable was torn down to build the hardware store. Originally built above the store was a boardinghouse. The Sine family was very enterprising and even owned the city's water supply tower only to be sold to the City of Glendale in 1915. In 1991 th Sine Brothers constructed a new store at 7150 N. 51st Avenue. Once a True Value, it is now an Ace branded hardware store locally owned and.. operated by Gary and Jessica Belfore. Several years ago, the City of Glendale bought and restored the Sines' original building to what it almost looked like in 1918. Today seven city departments work out of what employees call the "Sine Building."
We pride ourselves with a great selection of high quality products for your hardware needs while providing outstanding customer service.
I was greated with a smile and a hello, directed to the plumbing, electrical, and fastener items I was looking for, cashed out, and was on my way in less than 2 minutes. Beat that big boxes!
Posted: 9/05/2010 • Link to this review
This morning I walked out of sine hardware because the salesperson was incredible rude. He refused to let me go look for the item myself and I knew exactly where it was. He wanted to see the item I was going to match up. In general he treated me as an idiot and I just don't appreciate that. Some of the people there are very good and some of the other people should be promoted to a position involving the use of a broom. 3 times in the last year I have walked out of sine hardware and went elsewhere for what I wanted. I am not in a hurry to go back there and may not.
Posted: 10/14/2009 • Link to this review