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Successful Counter Day

Good Morning from Lakeside Arizona! Our Viega Counter Day Breakfast on the 8th of June was an epic success. Customers enjoyed pancakes, sausage and hashbrowns so they could start their day out with a bang. They also took part in the VIEGA CHALLENGE to enter in the drawing for a Viega Tool and other great prizes. Check out the photos below and see what a great time everyone had! Be sure to check back in our “What’s New” section to find out about more fun filled customer events like this one.                                     … Read entire article »

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Learn about our most popular Water Filtration System!

HD Supply feels at home with Everpure commercial grade water filtration system. The system is our number one seller, which flawlessly removes unwanted taste and odors from drinking water without the waste water of a reverse osmosis unit. This high demand product is proudly featured in every HD Supply branch in Arizona. Your customers deserve the best. Provide them with a filter that is effective, easy to install and inexpensive. … Read entire article »

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New Technology That Can Save Your Customers Money!

The KOHLER Wellworth toilet family, with Class Five® flushing technology, now offers a model that will flush just 1.28 gallons. This water-conserving toilet can save a family of four 16,500 gallons of water and is certified to carry EPA’s WaterSense label for using at least 20 percent less water than standard 1.6-gallon toilets while still meeting strict flushing performance guidelines. Users can also specify standard 1.6-gallon Wellworth models.     Enlarge photo Download photo   Contributing to the toilet’s power and virtually plug-free performance is a combination of a precision-designed water delivery system and durable canister flush valve that maximize the efficient flow of water to harness the natural force of gravity. This is achieved by the canister valve’s opening, originating at 3-1/4 inches and tapering down to 2 inches to create additional pressure and a … Read entire article »

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