T.A. Gentry Supply, a family-owned and operated wholesale distributor of residential and commercial plumbing, HVAC, excavation, and more, has served Western Michigan since 1969. It takes great pride in its premier bath and kitchen showrooms that feature the latest in technology and style. Read how the products, locations and elegant showrooms, coupled with a personalized old school approach to serving customers, contribute to its success.
It seems that recession talk always greets the arrival of a new year. It is not as if anything changes as far as the economy is concerned when the calendar flips to a new year, but it seems to be the trigger for people to take stock of their decisions and assumptions regarding the next year.
For Patrick Gentry, owner and president of Holland, Mich.-based T.A. Gentry Supply Inc., the key to success is simple. Rely on old-school conventions. It’s a business acumen that’s not fancy, but it works.
Globe Union is one of the largest suppliers of plumbing products in the world. Headquartered in Taichung, Taiwan, it oversees an impressive 5 million square feet of manufacturing, assembly and distribution facilities located on three continents and in nine countries.
I would like to know — in this great country of ours, which continues to be ours to keep, improve or destroy — why can’t we all try to work and understand our neighbors and get along for the good of the country and world we all get to live in?
Like your house, your business projects an image to potential buyers. When they come to see your business for the first time, your “curb appeal” can attract a buyer to your business — or cause him to walk away from it.
The company has expanded the options available on its ASCO lead-free brass solenoid valve line to enable original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and contractors to comply with U.S. Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) Section 1417.
I often use parallels when I’m describing the physical appearance of a showroom and the culture of the company. It’s typically easy to see the differences between a high-performing showroom culture and one that is not by walking in the front door.