The Battery Barn has been in the replacement battery business since 1980. We were mostly known for our new, used and rebuilt batteries for cars, trucks, and heavy equipment. In 1987, we added starters and alternators to our line. We carry a full line of new starters and alternators. For items we do not stock or that are hard to find, we have our own in-house facilities to rebuild most makes and models, from light-duty yard machines to heavy-duty tractors, trucks, and industrial equipment. In 1988, we entered the specialty battery market. Specialty batteries include batteries for almost any type of equipment. These include, but are not limited to: Camcorders, Digital Cameras, UPS Systems, Alarm Systems, Security Systems, Cellular and Cordless Telephones, Power Tools, Medical Equipment, Communications, Hobby, Computer, Emergency Lights, Pagers, Watches, Auto Alarms, Thermostats, Scanners, Dog Collars, Printers, Flashlights, Aircraft - just about anything that requires a battery. We also carry a full line of flashlights. We are distributors for Mag-Light, Streamlight, Bright Star/Kohler and Duracell Brands. In 1996, we opened our custom built battery pack department. We build custom battery packs that are not obtainable elsewhere. These packs are assembled in our own production department, usually within a few days of the order. Some of the more popular items are: Portable Power Equipment, i.e. Drills, Screwdrivers, Saws, and Lights - from 1.2 volt to 24 or more volts. We can work in Nickel Cadmium, Nickel Metal Hydride, Lithium, Lead Acid, and Alkaline. We currently have no equipment to handle Lithium Ion Cells. Currently there are three generations of the Cunningham family working daily to help you with your battery related needs. Our main focus is Customer Service. We strive to maintain consistent, dependable service and a product inventory adequate to meet our customers' needs. We want you to count on us for accurate product knowledge, prompt service and a fair price. We encourage your questions, suggestions and comments.