Emils bought the space next store and is in the transition phase of expanding into it. And boy do they need it.
This is a crowded little store with narrow aisles and more than a few odds and ends for sale with thick layers of dust on them.
That said, once you get over the sight of the place, most of their products are pretty well organized. And, though you may have to wait a minute or two, you're likely to actually get help with questions from someone who knows what they're talking about.
They don't sell lots of larger items like plywood, sheetrock, etc. But if you need some screws or an odd part or some cleaning supplies or a key made or many of the other hardware essentials, do yourself a favor if you live nearby and go here instead of wasting your time driving to Home Depot (only to get lost looking for something and finding no help).
Also, street parking is usually easty, but they do have some spots in the alley behind the store.
PROS: Helpful, Local, Most Smaller Items