After a year of unprecedented challenges, P.C. Richard & Son bids farewell to the year 2020 and its 110th year in business while looking to the future.
P.C. Richard & Son would like to extend a special thank you to all of the loyal customers, manufacturers, vendors, employees and all of the various first responders across the country who supported and helped PC Richard & Son throughout the year.
The P.C. Richard & Son Builders Division—the largest and most trusted independent builder distributor in the country—has century-long partnerships with the world's most innovative appliance manufacturers, such as GE, Profile, Café and Monogram; and has trusted relationships with premium brands like Bosch, Gaggeneau, Thermador, Whirlpool, Frigidaire, Fisher-Paykel, Miele and Subzero, among many others.
As the DC area's highly preferred appliance distributor, the division supplied and outfitted many of the city's most popular new properties in 2020.
Selling home appliances to the multi-family market, as well as mattresses, air conditioners and home furnishings, the company has an unflinching dedication to the customer and a guarantee of the lowest prices in the area.
P.C. Richard & Son Builder Division values its customers and is committed to serving them before, during and after the sale.
Looking forward to a great 2021!
Visit their website here for more information about the P.C. Richard & Son Builders Division.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the-dc-areas-top-appliance-distributor-closes-out-its-110th-year-looks-to-t/17680.
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