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Robertson Heating Supply Expands, Named 2012 Ohio PHCC Supplier of the Year

Originally published: 03.26.13 by HVACR Business Staff


Robertson Heating Supply has expanded through its purchase of the HVAC divisions of Palmer-Donavin. The company will expand its representation of the Rheem HVAC line and supporting products in 42 southern Ohio and 10 northern Kentucky counties, according to the company.

This advancement is viewed as an excellent opportunity to increase business with the professional contractor trade in these regions, commented Scott Robertson, president.

The company also announced that it was named 2012 Ohio PHCC Supplier of the Year by the Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors of Ohio. The award recognizes suppliers or wholesalers who have been supportive of the


industry.

 




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