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Builders & Developers Most Trusted Source of High-Quality, Affordable Appliances
P.C. Richard & Son Builders Division, the largest independent builder distributor in the country, is celebrating a remarkable 110 years in business.
Selling home appliances to the multi-family market—from refrigerators to washer/dryers to grills—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.
“Our company motto is 'honesty, integrity and reliability', and we work with brands who have a similar approach to doing business,” says GM of Sales and Operations Paul Bundick.
The company has century-long partnerships with GE, Profile, Café and Monogram and has trusted relationships with brands like Bosch, Gaggeneau, Thermador, Whirlpool, Frigidaire, Fisher-Paykel, Miele and Subzero, among many others. PC Richard & Son Builder Division is a go-to distributor for all of the DC area’s major developers and property managers, supplying and outfitting some of the city’s most popular new properties.
P.C. Richard & Son Builder Division values its customers and is committed to serving them before, during and after the sale. Visit here for more information about the P.C. Richard & Son Builders Division.
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