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F.W. Webb Acquires Harbor Plumbing & Heating Supply

The acquisition makes Mamaroneck, NY the 16th F.W. Webb location in the southern tier of its Northeast operating region.

F.W. Webb Company is adding another location in New York with today’s acquisition of Harbor Plumbing & Heating Supply in Mamaroneck. A single-location wholesaler serving residential and commercial contractors for the past 17 years, Harbor Plumbing & Heating Supply is a family-owned business.

“Today’s acquisition is another important step forward as F.W. Webb continues bringing products and services to meet the needs of contractors and industry professionals across our expanding southern territory,” said F.W. Webb President Jeff Pope. “F.W. Webb welcomes the opportunity to serve the contractors of southern New York and to become established across Westchester County.”

Mamaroneck, NY is the 16th F.W. Webb location in the southern tier of its Northeast operating region (NY, NJ, PA). The company is also growing in New Jersey with the recent acquisition of Master Wholesale Supply in Vernon and the opening of a 90,000-sq.-ft. regional hub in Piscataway. As is customary when F.W. Webb acquires a company, concerted efforts are made to retain all impacted employees who are interested in joining F.W. Webb.

The largest distributor of its kind in the Northeast, F.W. Webb has extensive inventory and expertise in 15 distinct areas. Plumbing, Heating, HVAC/R, and PVF are the company’s core businesses. Specialty markets include LPG equipment, Fire Protection and fabrication, Pumps and certified pump repair, High Purity Process, Process Controls, Water Works, and Environmental Services.

Family-owned F.W. Webb has grown from a single location to almost 90 locations across nine states. The company also operates nearly 40 Frank Webb Home bath, kitchen, and lighting showrooms. Headquartered in Bedford, Mass., the family-owned F.W. Webb Co. employs approx. 2,200 people in all six New England states, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

 

 

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