Ailes Millwork 1520 Enterprise Way, Kent, OH44240 Ailes Millwork is a custom home furnishing manufacturer. Its services include wood restoration, custom cabinetry, doors,…More wood paneling, countertops, entertainment units, bookcases and mouldings.
Dale Adams Enterprises 315 Gougler Ave, Kent, OH44240 Since 1976 Dale Adams Enterprises has been located in an historic building on the waterfront in downtown Kent. It…More resides in a factory erected in 1928. Dale Adams and his team of professionals specialize in the art and science of restoration. The team has an onsite assembly shop, machine shop, paint, upholstry and wood shops. The team makes most of the parts for their projects themselves. Visit the website to see an exhibit of past and present restoration projects.
ReStore, a division of the international organization Habitat for Humanity, sells used and surplus building…More materials to the public. The retail operation's profits raise money for local building projects (per the organization's goals to provide housing for lower-income families).
According to the group's Facebook page, its mission is "to serve throughout Portage County by working with qualified persons with housing needs to help them create a better human habitat in which to live and work; and cooperate with other charitable organizations, through donations, grants and other resources, to develop a better habitat for God's people in need."
Call ahead to discuss any potential donations. In some cases, pick-up can be arranged.
Dr. Gregory A. Lis is a dentist practicing general and cosmetic dentistry in Kent. His areas of treatment include…More teeth whitening, periodontal disease treatment, sealants, cleanings, dental exams, x-rays, porcelain crowns and restorative work. Lis also creates custom mouth guards for athletes.
Procex is a metal recycling business serving industrial and commercial clients. It specializes in the recycling and…More reclaiming of rubber bonded metal and polymer-coated metal restoring the metal to the original un-bonded state. It also provides blast cleaning services.
The Kent Historical Society strives to tell the story of Kent's history from it's earliest days up to the recent past…More by collecting historic artifacts, photographs and oral histories from residents.
The society is best known for the restoration of the Old Erie Depot, the city's first fully functional train depot, which now is home to the Pufferbelly restaurant -- one of Kent's most popular restaurants.
The current museum, the Clapp-Woodward House, was purchased in late 2010 and renovated in early 2011 to create a permanent home for the society. Admission to the museum is free.