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Berkeley Hardware and Paint

908-464-2900 | 503 Springfield Avenue | Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922

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Posted June 2, 2015 By

Berkeley Hardware & Paint is proud to be an independent Benjamin Moore paint retailer serving the Berkeley Heights community. We’re proud to deliver the kind of specialized attention to detail and help that you simply won’t find in larger chain stores. Our store professionals are comprised of trained specialists whose knowledgeable experience and helpful advice will ensure the success of every project you have. They are skilled home project experts who can help you every step of the way. Unlike mega-store chains, where size and volume make a poor substitute for quality and experience, at our store you’ll be welcomed by helpful experts who know you personally. Every project you have is important to us, which is why we’re here to offer you advice and provide you with the right products to make your work easier and your results professional. 

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