DESCO Enters Partnership To Distribute Polypropylene Piping for Aquatherm

DESCO Plumbing and Heating Supply has become an Aquatherm distribution partner in the province of Ontario, joining the North American polypropylene piping system manufacturing team.

DESCO, headquartered in Etobicoke, Ontario, is a full line wholesale distributor of plumbing, hydronic and HVAC products. It has 17 locations in central and southwestern Ontario, including three with a showroom operating under the banner of The Water Closet. In 2018 the company is celebrating its 25th year in business.

DESCO’s services include a commercial quotations team, including heat loss/heat gain calculations; duct and ventilation design; Ontario Building Code (OBC) certified designs; commercial HVAC and hydronics layouts and radiant in-floor projects and design.

“At DESCO we pride ourselves on the quality of our people and their efforts in providing our customers with the products and services that they need every day,” says Jon Leeson, DESCO’s vice president and general manager. “When we consider our diversified product offering of leading brands, the geographic coverage of our branch locations, and our customer-first culture, the resulting customer experience is something our team is proud of.”

“We are excited to add the Aquatherm product line to our offering,” Leeson adds. “We are seeing the demand for Aquatherm growing in our markets and we look forward to becoming a part of that growth opportunity. Aquatherm is a product line with solid sales representation and we are confident that the DESCO team will be able to help support Aquatherm’s future success in Ontario.

DESCO is a business unit of the Deschênes Group, a supplier of plumbing and heating materials; electrical products; industrial supplies; fire protection products; products for the refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation and waterworks markets.

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