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Rankin's Inc.
30 Union Street
PO Box 636
Camden, ME 04843
Phone: 236-3275, 1-800-640-5554
Hours: Monday through Saturday, 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Email: lisa@rankinsinc.com
Fax: 236-6797

A family-owned business with four generations of experience. Rankin's features tools, materials, hardware, and a complete lumberyard. Services
include keys, tool repair, and screen repairs.

For more than 50 years, Rankin's has been helping friends and neighbors with quality products and helpful advice. Stop in and experience the Rankin's difference.

Other Locations
Rankin's Warehouse
160 Robbins Road
Hope ME 04847
Phone: None
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DOES YOUR DRIVEWAY LOOK LIKE THIS !

RANKIN'S HARDWARE & BUILDING SUPPLIES, 30Union Street in Camden. It has been very difficult to keep sand & ice melt products in stock as demand has been very high, we have been working very diligently to maintain supplies. We just received 14 pallets of sand and ice melt products and are ready ...
Rankin's Customers Help Knox County Fire Training ...

We're happy to announce that through our Fire Prevention Week promotion in October, Rankin's customers helped us raise $200 for Knox County Fire Training Academy with their purchases of fire safety items. Thank you!
Get Your FREE Reflective Trick or Treat Bag at Rankin' ...

At Rankin's, we're committed to helping you stay safe all year 'round. With Halloween right around the corner, we want to help you keep your little goblins safe while trick or treating. Just stop in to Rankin's any time before Halloween evening and pick up a FREE reflective Trick or Treat Bag.
National Fire Prevention Week Fact #21

Portable generators are useful during power outages. However, many homeowners are unaware that the improper use of portable generators can be risky. The most common dangers associated with portable generators are carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, electrical shock or electrocution, and fire ...
National Fire Prevention Week Fact #20

Children Playing With Fire. In 2010, U.S. fire department responded to an estimated 44,900 fires that were started by someone, usually a child, playing with fire. These fires caused 90 civilian deaths, 890 civilian injuries and $210 million in direct property damage. Source: NFPA.org With your ...