Our hardware store is located at our center of operations in Farmington. We are a full service store, stocked with all the items you would expect to find in the big box stores but at a lower price. We are also an independent hardware store - buying our merchandise from many sources allows us to purchase quality products for the best price. Each of our main suppliers has over 60,000 items available, which gives us an unlimited source of products. If an item is not in our store we can have it shipped from one of our suppliers. Most importantly, our hardware store staff offers expert advice and old-fashioned know-how based on their own experience in the building trades.
- A full line of paints and stains, with custom mixing available
- Plumbing supplies
- Electrical supplies
- Large and small tools
- A wide assortment of nails, bolts, screws, knobs, hinges and handles
- Key-cutting service
- And much more
In addition to the standard hardware items, we stock all you’ll need for your lawn and garden, including our own special seed blends. For your convenience, we also offer a propane filling station and can accommodate anything from 20 lb. tanks to motor home fill-ups.
Hydroseeding is the process of applying seed, lime, fertilizer, and mulch in a one-step method. In some large scale projects the mulch is applied with a hay blower and the balance of the materials are applied with the hydroseeder.
Hydroseeding is priced by the square foot or per acre. Pricing varies depending on location, site conditions, size of area, seed specification, and mulch type.
The hyrdroseeding method is very effective and is used in all type of applications to establish grass including athletic fields, residential lawns, highways, golf courses, landfills, and pastures. Hydroseeding is also the most economical means of establishing erosion control grasses.
We apply hydroseeding to thousands of acres each year and are a leader in the process of successful hydroseeding methods.
Our hydroseeding clients include:
- New England Patriots
- New England Development
- Town of Derry, New Hampshire
- Town of Laconia, New Hampshire
- Waste Management, Rochester, New Hampshire
- Town of Kennebunkport, Maine
- Town of Rye, New Hampshire
- Nashua, New Hampshire, School District
- Town of Barrington, New Hampshire
- Town of Conway, New Hampshire
- Town of Newmarket, New Hampshire
- Town of Wells, Maine
- State of New Hampshire
Cameron's owns and maintains multiple sod production fields in both Maine and New Hampshire. The sod that we grow is from rich, fertile river bottom land and is carefully nurtured for nearly two years to ensure top quality before harvesting. The quality of sod is an important factor and is cut to order for each customer to maintain that quality.
We offer deliveries covering all of New England. Our sod can also be installed by our professional crews on any size job. Click here for more information on delivery and installation. If you place an order ahead, you can also pick up sod at our facility on Route 11 in Farmington. Pricing is per square foot and is determined by pick up or delivery, location, size of area, and installation costs. A typical roll of sod is 2' wide x 5' long, totaling 10 square feet per roll. Sod weighs, on average, 2,500 pounds per 500 square foot pallet.
Our sod installation clients include:
- Fenway Park
- New England Patriots
- President George Bush
- Pease Air Base
- Waterville Valley Ski Resort
- New Hampshire International Speedway
- The City of Manchester, New Hampshire
- Kingswood High School, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
Cameron’s stocks many different types of masonry items for landscaping and home improvement projects. Our best selling masonry products include chimney block and tile, concrete blocks, mortar, concrete, and sona-tubes. Most of our products are available in different sizes and shapes. We also have the tools you’ll need for your project.
Our experienced staff is always ready to help you design and build landscape projects that will add value to your home. If you want a new front walk, patio, or retaining wall for your outdoor living spaces, we can work with you to estimate your materials needs and avoid costly mistakes. We proudly sell Genest products - visit our Garden Center to see our variety of colors, sizes and styles of flagstone, retaining wall blocks, and patio and walkway pavers. All of our products are available for pick up or delivery. Click here for more information on delivery.
We also sell the following:
- Bark mulch – red (dyed), black (dyed), and dark brown pine - bulk
- Screened loam - bulk
- Loam/compost mix in 50/50 and 80/20 - bulk
- Crushed stone - bulk or bagged in three different sizes
- Pea stone - bagged
- Crushed gravel - bulk
- Washed sand, masonry sand, and polymer sand - bulk or bagged
- Stone dust in grey and brown - bulk
When you visit Cameron's, you'll meet a knowledgeable staff that loves to share their experience and tips to make your project successful. Our garden center manager, Michelle, is taking some time to put her know-how on paper in our Quick Tips sheets. We will continue to build a library of useful how-to articles here, so check back often and let us know what Quick Tips you need!
Trees, shrubs, and perennials
Interested in planting fruit trees? Here's some helpful information about sizes and types of the most popular trees.
Love hydrangeas? This tip sheet will tell you everything you need to know.
Consider this interesting Nishiki Willow for your landscape.
The Rose of Sharon is a favorite in New England gardens.
Don't be afraid to add roses to your garden. This tip sheet tells you how!
Everything you ever wanted to know about planting is here.
Tips for spring clean-up and watering are coming soon!
Keep your new sod looking great. Here's how!
Check back for tips on hydroseeding your lawn!