Opening its doors in 1952, Standard Plumbing Supply has accumulated many years of plumbing expertise and quality customer experience. Dale Reese, the company’s founder, started the company in order to implement his idea of an open store and self service in the plumbing industry. The company philosophy is that “everyone’s a winner,” and that each person involved in the plumbing and repair process can work together for a mutually beneficial experience.
The company was headed by the founder, Dale Reese, until 1993 when Dale retired and handed the business over to his son, Richard N. Reese. Richard started at the company when he was eight years old, working on Saturdays by helping his dad fold boxesfor supplies. Standard Plumbing Supply maintains family values and standards that carry over from its employees into the homes of its customers.
Standard Plumbing Supply originated the idea to bring self service to the plumbing industry. Customers can visit one of the company locations, work with employees to find the parts they need, and return home with the know-how and supplies to fix their plumbing problems. This business model makes the repair process much quicker.
When customers hire plumbing companies to do their repairs for them, they are usually stuck with the supplies that the plumbing company prefers. Standard Plumbing Supply offers an alternative for customers to choose from a wide variety of brands and manufacturers.
The company website offers customers an inspiration gallery with ideas for home DIY projects. The gallery shows pictures from showrooms to give customers a better idea of what company products can contribute to a bathroom or kitchen project.
Unfortunately, Standard Plumbing Supply only has stores in nine states. Customers who want to buy plumbing supplies from the company must drive to one of these states or order supplies.
Standard Plumbing Supply only sells plumbing products. Because it is a self-service company, it does not send repairmen or install plumbing products for the customer. Though self service does make the process of getting supplies much quicker, it can leave customers without options when extensive repairs are needed.
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