Consolidated Plumbing Supply has been family-owned and operated since its founding in 1928 and is the oldest distributor of Kohler products in Westchester County. If you are considering a kitchen or bathroom renovation or perhaps a new build, they offer all of the top name products. Their 3,500 square foot showroom in Mount Vernon is a great place to see everything from cabinetry, fixtures and faucets to hot water heaters, pipes and fittings. Their staff works with talented interior designers who offer consultations on how to put your project together from start to finish.
“Whether your project is simple or complicated, we’ll always make things work,” says Mike LiCalzi, Showroom Salesperson at Consolidated Plumbing Supply. “We try to stay as active as possible in your process while you transition from idea to design to the actual work being done.”
The first thing to do is decide what your interests and needs are and what styles you want to use. What appeals to you most in the newest trends, color schemes, types of faucets and vanities or cabinets? A good starting point is to look through magazines and books. Consider what you like about your friends’ and family’s homes. Having a visual in your mind is the first step in creating your vision.
When you’re planning any home improvement project, finding the right people to do the work is key to the entire process. “You need someone who is trustworthy, and who can take your project from A to Z seamlessly,” says LiCalzi.
If people ask the Consolidated professionals for recommendations, they offer the names of trusted contractors to help them get things rolling. It is helpful to know the person you’re working with is the best at their craft, and also that he or she is someone you feel comfortable with. You want ease, simplicity, a seamless process.
After two or three months of hectic chaos, dust, contractors and painters coming in and out of your home, it throws you out of your element. When you work with someone who has experience and who you feel comfortable with, your anxieties diminish rather quickly and you feel confident and look forward to the finished project.
LiCalzi advises his customers to make sure the contractors, dealers and companies they select are reputable, certified and licensed. “You want people who will stick by their word and, if there is any problem, they will work with you to resolve it.”
Many people who come to Consolidated Plumbing Supply ask for Kohler, and they are known as one of the largest Kohler-authorized dealers. People have done their research before they walk in the door. They have seen a product they like, and they have an idea of what they want and are ready to take it to the next level.
Kohler, founded in 1873, is an award-winning distributor of products for kitchen and bath design, generators, and plumbing and heating supplies. They are extremely reputable, offer great customer service, and they make everything simple for everyone—from the customer to the wholesaler.
Consolidated Plumbing Supply’s extensive product offerings also include Burnham and Lochinvar boilers, Vanico and Bertch vanities, Brizo faucets and many other top-of-the-line companies.
Consolidated Plumbing Supply has a 3,500 square foot showroom, located right across from the police department in Mount Vernon. They always stay current and since products change so quickly these days, they stay up to date with the latest products and trends to accommodate everyone’s tastes and preferences.
Keep in mind everyone’s not going to do a $20,000 bathroom on their first shot. Consolidated’s customers range from everyday working people to those who are doing a renovation project for fun. They are here to help you put a beautiful project together with products that are high quality.
If you have a project or a vision but just do not know how to get started, the professional staff at Consolidated Plumbing Supply is here to assist you, to guide you, and to help your vision become a reality.
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