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Why You Should Choose Us
Shop with confidence from a team you can trust. We are the pioneers of the online plumbing supply industry and have a deep understanding of unique, hard-to-find plumbing parts. We opened our online store in 1995, and we're still going strong today. Born into a world without Google, surviving the dot-com bubble, and flourishing in our 24th year
, we continue to offer unrivaled customer service and a vast inventory. Because we don't believe in minimum orders, you have the freedom to order exactly what you need, anytime, anywhere.
We invite you to browse our huge inventory, view our many customer testimonials, meet the employees
that make our company, and contact us
with any questions you might have. We're confident that you'll like what you see and enjoy your shopping experience!
It's refreshing to have people like you who are truly concerned for the needs of the customer...
- Jim Boyle, San Diego, California
You guys are awesome! Good products, good prices and excellent customer service. Thank you! You are the best online plumbing supplier I have found, and I did A LOT of research and tried several other online companies before finding you.
- Al Semas, Benicia, California
You have endeared yourselves to me and will enjoy a permanent place in my collection of most-honored bookmarks.
- Bill Saltman, Belchertown, Massachusetts
We are the plumbing supplier with personality!
December 9th, 1906 - January 1st, 1992
Celebrating the life of Grace Murray Hopper (U.S. programmer), who said, "A ship in port is safe, but that's not what ships are built for."