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225 Water Street,

Hooversville, PA 15936

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Working Hours

Mon, Thurs, Fri 8 am-7 pm

Tuesday 8 am-6 pm,

Wed & Sat 8am-12pm

APPLIANCES

APPLIANCES

Whether you are in the market for a washer/dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, or stove we have it in stock, at prices that are competitive with the big box stores, and we service what we sell!

FURNITURE

FURNITURE

Looking for home furnishings?Stop by our showroom and browse our extensive inventory to find that new recliner,

FLOORING

FLOORING

Need residential or commercial flooring? Daniel Shaffer’s Inc. carries name brand carpeting, laminate, and vinyl flooring options which our experts will install for you.

who We Are

About Daniel Shaffer’s Inc.

Daniel Shaffer’s, Inc. celebrates 120
years of serving the area!

The history begins with Daniel Shaffer being employed by his brother-in-law P.J. Blough, owner of Hooversville Hardware Store. Shaffer liked the business and became partners with Blough, in 1901. Within a year; Shaffer bought his partner’s share and the name was changed to Daniel Shaffer’s Hardware Store.

Daniel Shaffer is grandpa to today’s third generation owners Warren Jr. (Bussie) and Ronald (Butch). According to the family history, grandpa Shaffer and his wife would make regular trips by train to the state of Indiana for supplies, such as spring wagons, buggies and sleighs.

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Our recent inventory

You can find whatever you need to make your house a home at

Daniel Shaffer’s Inc.

FURNITURE

Whether you are in
the market for a bedroom/ dinner room or and living room furniture we have your covered.

APPLINCES

Whether you are in the
market for a washer/dryer,
dishwasher,

FURNITURE

Whether you are in the
market for a living room set/ bedroom set/ dinning room set.

FLOORING

Looking to replace carpet or flooring we have what you need.

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Their customers come from all over. “We sell as far as Ebensburg, Ligonier and Meyersdale, a good 25-mile radius”,
said Bussie and they still close at noon on Wednesday. That’s an early 1900s Somerset County custom when even banks closed at noon.

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