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|Posted on May 7, 2015 at 3:50 PM||comments (0)|
Building 9 just received a limited supply of a closeout 52" Ceiling Fan for just $69.00 and includes a Light Kit.
Thomas Lighting T9663 52" Ceiling Fan, Painted Bronze Finish (Approx. 52" x 52" x 13")
Thomas Lighting T192 Two Light Ceiling Fan Kit, Swirl Alabaster Finish
See store for details.
Photos shown for illustration purposes only.
Actual product may vary from image shown.
|Posted on May 5, 2015 at 10:55 AM||comments (0)|
Building 9 in Akron, Ohio recently received a shipment of 2' X 2' Indoor Modular Carpet Squares!
Choose from a variety of colors and patterns for your home or office. See store for current selection.
Easy to install - No Glue Required! Mix and match for endless design possibilities.
Closeouts / All Sales are Final / No Returns
|Posted on April 8, 2015 at 3:10 PM||comments (0)|
New Arrival! Building 9 just received a new shipment of flooring, including two colors of 8mm Dolce Vita Laminate Flooring - Sahelo, a beautiful reddish-brown tone, and Zonda, a bold grey tone, featuring rich grain patterns and a textured feel. Shop Laminate Flooring >
Also, Drifted Acacia - a 5mm Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) with an amazing brownish-grey coloring that you must see to appreciate! See store for details. Shop Vinyl Flooring >
|Posted on March 27, 2015 at 11:30 AM||comments (0)|
Building 9 store gift cards are now available for purchase at both the Akron and Massillon locations.
Do you know someone building a new home, remodeling their existing home, or maybe they're just crazy about do-it-yourself projects?
A Building 9 gift card is the perfect gift idea, and they're available in any amount you wish to put on them!
See store for details.
|Posted on March 24, 2015 at 2:55 PM||comments (1)|
New arrival! Euro Collection Arstar Vanity/Top Combo
Transitional style. Fully Assembled.
European design with two doors.
Painted MDF White or Black Melamine on Particle Board
Vanity Top included in Latte or Midnight color.
Includes cabinet hardware. (2 knobs)
24" $159.00 or 30" $199.00 (30" Vanity shown above)
Dimensions with vanity top: 25" or 31" wide X 33" height X 18" depth (12" cabinet depth).
*** CLOSEOUTS - No Returns - All Sales Final. Quantities are limited.***
|Posted on March 14, 2015 at 11:45 AM||comments (0)|
Here are a few more new additions from Schrock for 2015...
CABINET EMBELLISHMENTS - A New School of Thought.
Wake up and take notice. There is nothing ho-hum about our newest creations, designed to provide the right finishing touch, from transitional to contemporary.
CONTEMPORARY HARDWARE - FOR MODERN SENSIBILITIES
From transitional to Euro, truss corbels to finger pulls and metal feet — Schrock now offers more A-grade design solutions to spark bigger thinking while accenting and supporting modern room designs.
TALL CROWN MOULDING
A highly flexible profile and generous 3-17/32” height further elevates our current crown moulding offering. 8' lengths available in all wood types, 10' lengths in Maple and Cherry.
ALUMINUM FRAME DOOR EXPANSION
Choose from five styles that span the contemporary, Euro and transitional spectrum, and free you to add a modern accent to your room design. New options include: Aluminum Finish with Matching Panel, Brushed Stainless Finish with Frost Glass, Brushed Stainless Finish with Matching Panel, White Powder Coat Finish with Frost Glass, and (shown) Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish with Frost Glass.
RAIN TEXTURED GLASS
Forget having to come again some other day. Rain has arrived in all its installed textured glass glory. Let us know the next time you'd like to sprinkle this decorative touch into your room design.
For more information on new products from Schrock Cabinetry, visit Building 9 in Akron and Massillon, Ohio.
#Building9 #SchrockCabinetry #NewProducts
|Posted on March 9, 2015 at 4:30 PM||comments (0)|
West Side Business News & Notes
3/5/2015 - West Side Leader
By Staff Writer
Building 9 plans move to Sharon
SHARON — Home improvement store Building 9 plans to relocate to Sharon Township in a new building that could be open this summer.
Vice President Shane Haumesser said he hopes to see ground broken for the 42,000-square-foot building at 546 Medina Road sometime in the next few weeks. The new location will be west of Medina Line Road.
The relocation of the current Akron store at 945 S. Main St. is necessary due to a major Ohio Department of Transportation project that will reconfigure the Interstate 77/76 interchange at South Main and South Broadway streets.
The project will be good for the business, Haumesser said.
“It’s going to be bigger with a flat floor plan and wide open space,” he said. “It will have better lighting and just a better scenario altogether. We’re going from a 100-year-old building to a new building.”
Last fall, Copley officials had said that Building 9 planned to relocate its Akron location to the former 84 Lumber location at Copley Road and state Route 21. That plan fell through, Haumesser said.
He added that Building 9 must vacate its present site sometime between July and August. The business, which sells new and closeout home improvement materials, will not change its business model.
Building 9 also has a location at 132 Walnut Road S.W. in Massillon.
|Posted on March 9, 2015 at 9:10 AM||comments (0)|
Schrock Cabinet Sale! Save 5% Off your order March 16th through April 25th, 2015.
Plus, get a $50.00 Gift Card when you order 12 or more Schrock cabinets! See store for details.
|Posted on March 2, 2015 at 3:40 PM||comments (0)|
See what's new from Schrock Cabinetry for 2015!
Check out the latest additions in door and finish options for your upcoming kitchen and bath projects this year...
If your jaw hits the bathroom floor and nobody is around to hear it, does it still make a sound? Such deep thoughts are naturally to be expected when you lose yourself in an environment so inviting. Introducing Forest Floor, our forward-looking, full-hiding, neutral opaque available on all Maple door styles. It yields an earthy, brown hue that complements our broader range of wood species and tones, and proves a rich alternative for those searching for a respite from black. You feel more at home already.
There are places in this world — in your little corner, perhaps — that seem to be uniquely designed for just rolling with an idea and seeing where it goes. Thatch is another example of how we’re always dreaming up new ways to make mixing and matching colors, grains and textures less time consuming and so much more fulfilling. Right in line with design forecasts calling for warm complements to cool neutrals, this versatile finish is specially formulated to enhance our existing opaques and stains. Build it, and the ideas will come.
In order to move forward with something new, sometimes you first have to step back — a really, really long way back. Such is the case with Henna. Born of plants; coveted by aesthetic aficionados as far back as ancient Egypt; now available on Cherry and Maple — this rich brown finish features subtle red undertones and eagerly awaits the opportunity to take its rightful place within your modern color palette. Plus, it never hurts to make sure the design gods are happy.
STORM ON CHERRY
How do we continue to make big splashes with our new finishes? Because we’ve made a habit of listening to designers and learning. And from everything you’ve told us, our stone gray, semi-translucent stain (previously available only on Maple) has taken homeowners’ imaginations by, well, you know. Plus, with popular tastes continuing to align with the natural richness of Cherry, it only made sense to add Storm to your creative consideration set.
GLAZES ON OAK
Contemporary whites and neutrals continue to dominate home decor magazines. And sales of classic wood grains such as Maple, Cherry and
Hickory have managed to hold strong. But don’t count out Oak. More and more signs are pointing to the trend that Oak is on the comeback. To help you stay ahead of the curve, we’re expanding some of our most popular glazes to increase your options for creating an ever-popular rustic look. Tells you where we think the smart money is going.
SEATON IN CHERRY
Seaton has become one of our most popular transitional door styles since it first left the wood shop. The fact that you continue to ask us for more design options in Cherry hasn’t escaped our attention, either. So this year we made a point of adding Seaton to our ever-expanding list of available Cherry door styles. Granted, it isn’t the most earth-shaking announcement we’ve ever made. But even the most daring designer knows there’s a lot to be said for doing something simply because it makes sense.
For more information on new products from Schrock for 2015, stop in and see us at Building 9 in Akron and Massillon, Ohio.
|Posted on February 20, 2015 at 2:15 PM||comments (0)|
Materials supplier Building 9 to relocate from Akron to Sharon Township this summer
By Betty Lin-Fisher Beacon Journal business writer
Published: February 20, 2015 - 06:07 PM
Building 9 is rebuilding its relocation plans.
The popular discount building materials supplier in downtown Akron had announced that it would be moving to Copley Township in the spring, but that deal fell through.
Instead, the owners of Building 9 are constructing a 42,000-square-foot warehouse/store on vacant land in Sharon Township. The 6½-acre lot is across the street and slightly to the west of Pinnacle Sports on state Route 18.
The location, 546 Medina Road , is about halfway between Interstate 71 and 77, making it good access for Building 9 customers in Akron and Cleveland, Building 9 President Brennan Dunn said.
546 Medina Road, Route 18, in Medina, Ohio 44256 view a map >
The supplier didn’t want to move from its location of 31 years at 945 S. Main St., just off an Interstate 77 interchange. However, it is among 30 other properties — mostly commercial — slated to be demolished as the Ohio Department of Transportation builds a new $96 million highway interchange at South Broadway and South Main.
In the fall, Dunn and his partner, Shane Haumesser, announced they would be buying the former 84 Lumber yard off state Route 21 at the Copley Road (state Route 162) exit. Akron businessman Paul Thomarios owns that location and has been looking to sell it.
On Friday, Thomarios acknowledged that a covenant on the property prevented Building 9 from buying it. He hopes to resolve that issue for future buyers and understood that Building 9 needed to find another location. Dunn still wanted to relocate to the west of Akron, knowing that’s where a majority of his customers are coming from.
“We’re sorry we’re not moving to Copley, but we’re really looking forward to moving to Sharon Center, and they’ve been very cooperative,” Dunn said. “It’ll be really great for our Cleveland suburban customers and still great for Akron customers.”
He declined to disclose any financial details. He said there are 12 employees and hopes to add more at the new location.
Dunn hopes to close on the new property in the next few weeks and begin construction almost immediately. He’s working on logistics of the move from downtown with the state.
Until then, Dunn said he’s struggling to get the word out that Building 9 is not closing.
“We are not going out of business. We are moving to a more customer-friendly facility. It’s definitely going to be warmer than this,” Dunn joked as he and other employees stood around bundled up in hats and gloves in their cold downtown warehouse Friday.
“I think it’s really going to help our business,” he said of the move.
Betty Lin-Fisher can be reached at 330-996-3724 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her @blinfisherABJ on Twitter or www.facebook.com/BettyLinFisherABJ and see all her stories at www.ohio.com/betty.
|Posted on February 18, 2015 at 10:40 AM||comments (0)|
Building 9 in Akron and Massillon, Ohio just received another shipment of quality vinyl siding products from RMC. "Made in the USA!"
Choose from six popular color tones from the Spiegel Grove® collection, in-stock now. More information >
|Posted on February 12, 2015 at 12:00 AM||comments (0)|
Building 9 in Akron, Ohio has 4" X 3/4" Greystone Hardwood Flooring for just $4.49 per square foot.
|Posted on February 10, 2015 at 10:45 AM||comments (0)|
Special Offer! Save $100.00 Off any Wood Exterior Pre-hung Door priced $699.00 or more!
plus get a FREE Gate House decorative entrance handle set! Shop Doors >
No Returns / All Sales Final. Quantities are limited. Selection varies. See store for current availability.
|Posted on February 7, 2015 at 1:20 PM||comments (0)|
Building 9 is currently accepting applications for a position at our warehouse located in Massillon, Ohio.
Position: Warehouse / Sales Associate
|Posted on February 7, 2015 at 1:15 PM||comments (0)|
GIFT CARD GIVEAWAY!
Get a $50 Gift Card with your qualifying purchase of $1,199.00 in Contractor's Choice kitchen and bath cabinets, in-stock. Offer good through Feb. 28, 2015.
($1,199.00 minimum pre-tax total)
Restrictions may apply. See store for complete details.
|Posted on February 7, 2015 at 1:10 PM||comments (0)|
Now On Sale! Save 20% Off select styles of porcelain floor tile, while supplies last.
See store for current availability. Shop Floor Tile >
|Posted on February 7, 2015 at 1:00 PM||comments (0)|
Building 9 in Massillon, Ohio just received more commercial-grade, indoor modular carpet tiles (19.75" X 19.75") and more laminate kitchen counter tops, too! Colors and patterns vary. See store for current selection.
|Posted on January 22, 2015 at 11:55 AM||comments (0)|
One of the best features of Building 9, is our selection of commercial-grade, indoor modular carpet tiles, or carpet "squares" as they're called. Carpet tiles are a popular flooring choice for the do-it-yourself homeowner, as well as land lords and business owners, too! They're easy to install, easy to maintain, and they come in a wide variety of sizes, colors, and patterns for unlimited design possibilities. (pricing info >)
Why Carpet Tile?
Carpet tile, or modular carpet, offers many advantages. It’s easy to install and easy to clean. If you get a tough stain, just pop out the tile and clean it in a sink. Or, you can replace one tile, not the whole room. And carpet tile is engineered to be tough, that means a long performance life. Plus, it offers infinite design flexibility. In short, carpet tile could be the perfect fit for your installation.
Unlimited Design Flexibility
Because it’s modular, you can mix and match carpet tile colors and patterns to create your own unique look. Or, combine it with other floor coverings for a performance engineered work environment that has visual appeal and fits your long-term flooring budget. Tile can be installed in a variety of ways from monolithic, to complementary, to mix-and-match. The good news is, if you want to change the look, you can simply change out tiles strategically for a fresh appeal. That sure beats scrapping all the flooring and starting over!
Whether it’s cushioned-backed or hard-backed, carpet tile holds up. For high-traffic retail spaces, corporate offices, stain-prone restaurants and everything in between, tile fits the bill. In fact, performance is the reason modular carpet is the floor covering of choice among Fortune 1000 companies. It lasts and looks better longer because it’s built to perform, now and down the road.
For most floor coverings, life cycle is measured in years on the floor. However, modular carpet can be measured by the number of different rooms it has adorned over the years. It’s a long-term flooring solution that can be re-purposed in other work environments with minimal cost. That keeps a lot of carpet out of landfills.
Easy to Install
Modular carpet is easy to install over almost any smooth surface. And because each piece is dimensionally identical to the next, you get a perfectly “square” job every time. Plus, the variety of installation methods allows each space to have its own look and feel. Adhesion techniques also vary, but the bottom line is - tile is glued or free laid - not nailed. That makes it repositionable, even after years on the floor. Because it’s easy to install, you can avoid the downtime usually associated with remodeling.
Easy to Maintain
Modular carpet is typically easy to clean. If you get a tough stain, clean it on the floor or simply pop out the tile and clean it in a sink. Or, in the unlikely event that simple cleaning doesn’t work, you can replace just one tile, not the whole space. That means tenant evacuations for maintenance are a thing of the past and it’s business as usual for everyone. (source: www.mohawkgroup.com/sitefiles/pdfs/tile%20brochure.pdf)
"My company has saved $20,000.00 by purchasing Modular Carpet Tiles for our two restaurants..." (read more>)
Milos Papich - Belgrade Gardens Restaurants - Barberton, OH
So when you're ready to put down a fresh, new floor - stop by Building 9 and check out the current selection of modular carpet tile.
Quantities are limited and actual selection varies. See store for current selection and availability. Closeout - No Returns - All Sales Final.
Have you used Modular Carpet Tiles from Building 9 for one or more of your own projects? We want to hear about it, and see photos, too!
#Building9 #CarpetTiles #CreativeCarpet
|Posted on January 20, 2015 at 11:35 AM||comments (0)|
Save even more on your new Laminate Floor, at Building 9
Three styles on sale now, just $1.79 per square foot!
Save on 12.3 mm Acacia Walnut, 12.3mm Light Acacia, and 12.3mm American Walnut with Pad.
Choosing laminate flooring offers homeowners a variety of benefits, including:
Limited time offer. Supplies are limited. See store for current availability. Shop Laminate Flooring >