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Cyber Monday

November 27, 2020

Super Black Friday Savings
Save 7% on Select Products. Orders must be placed online on our website or HVAC Assist App Monday November 30th, 2020 while supplies last. View items and start shopping the deals now!


Super Black Friday Savings - Rebate Bonanza

November 25, 2020

Super Black Friday Savings
Instant Rebates On Premium Brand Products.
Valid Friday, November 27th, 2020 only at all Peirce-Phelps Sales Centers. See Counter Associate for details.


We’ve Extended Our Spring Preseason Offer

April 6, 2020


Your Qualifying Preseason order placed by April 30th, 2020 entitles you
to special extended payment terms of up to 120 days on your order.

Click Here for more info


HVACAssist App Is Now Available

April 4, 2020

The Mobile App With Access To Everything Needed to Be Successful In the Field!

  • Easy Stock - Stock Room and Truck Stock Replenishment
  • Warranty - Service Bench Online Claiming and Entitlement Lookup
  • Parts List Build of Material Lookup (EPIC)
  • AHRI Lookup
  • Shop and Place Orders
  • Order Status
  • You can find it in the APP stores for both Apple IOS and Google Android or by clicking one of the links below.

    Save time on EACH & EVERY job with information available 24/7 from your smart phone or tablet.


    COVID-19 Update 2

    April 1, 2020

    To our Customers, Dealers and Contractors:

    I hope this letter finds you and your family well.

    This is an extremely difficult time to be a leader running an organization. Forces that are outside our immediate control have dramatically affected all of our businesses. We are doing everything in our power to keep our customers and employees safe by implementing NO-TOUCH order procedures, cleaning our facilities regularly and having our people work remotely.

    I want you to know that every Peirce-Phelps branch remains open and is here to support you. We currently have $50 million of HVAC equipment, parts and supplies in stock and ready to serve your needs. In addition, all of our marketing programs are in full force to help drive your business with the consumer.

    This week we released a new Mobile APP, Peirce-Phelps HVAC Assist, which provides you the ability to process warranties, place orders, look up price, view product availability and many other functions remotely. Watsco and Peirce-Phelps will continue to expand the functionality of this APP to make doing business with us easier, faster and safer for your employees. You can find it in the APP stores for both Apple IOS and Google Android or by clicking one of the links below.

    More importantly, we want to make sure you have the information and resources you need to make sure your business survives this crisis and is poised to thrive once again once it has passed. Our government has implemented the most comprehensive aid packages for businesses in history. There are many programs, tip sites and information links that can help your get through the crisis. Below is a compilation of links that can help you sort through the red tape, state regulations and information so that you can find and apply for the programs that work for you.

    Below is a website developed by On Call Air detailing tips on how to use available tools to quote jobs remotely when homeowners won’t allow access.

    On Call Air

    There are many Small Business Association loans that are now available to help keep your business running. Under certain criteria these loans can be converted to grants and forgiven. Below is a link to the SBA funding site giving you information on how to apply and obtain one of these loans. I have also put a link to a presentation that provides a good summary of how the loans work. I highly recommend you explore these options fully. There are over 1400 banks across the country that can help process these loans. They may prove essential in providing your company with needed cash flow.

    SBA Payroll Protection Program

    Below are useful links in keeping up with ever changing regulations and restrictions in each state:

    For New Jersey, click Here

    For Delaware, click Here

    For Pennsylvania, click Here

    The next link gives you access to the HARDI web site describing what you need to know to comply with the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). This site has a variety of useful video and links to educate you on the Act.

    HARDI FFCRA Website

    We are currently working with both Watsco and Kreischer Miller to gather more information to help your business. This will be posted on www.Peirce.com and sent by email blast so be sure to check the site frequently.

    This has been a frightening and difficult time. However, we will all weather this event together. This crisis will end and together we will endure. As always, I look forward to building our businesses together!

    Take care and be well,

    Brian

    Brian Peirce
    President
    Peirce-Phelps, LLC.


    COVID-19 Update 1

    March 16, 2020

    To the Customers, Vendors and Friends of Peirce-Phelps, LLC:

     We are continuing to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and look for ways to minimize and mitigate its impact to our employees, customers and the entire Peirce-Phelps community. The situation has become especially serious in Pennsylvania, as many of the State’s services have been restricted or closed in Montgomery, Delaware and Bucks Counties. Our goal is to protect our employees and their families while maintaining service to our customers during this difficult time.  We understand that you rely on us for providing the products you use every day and that HVAC is an essential service to the health and wellbeing of our communities. We are doing everything in our power to provide those services to you during this crisis as we closely monitor the recommendations from our government leaders, the CDC and other healthcare agencies. 

     
    The following steps are being implemented in an effort to keep our employees and customers safe.

    1. We have asked our sales staff to avoid in-person meetings or customer visits. We will be maximizing the use of conference calls, Zoom video meetings and the telephone. Our salesforce will respect any customer’s wish not to have in person meetings during the crisis.
    2. We have increased our stock levels to ensure availability in the case any vendor encounters production delays or shortage.
    3. We are only permitting customers, employees and essential personnel into our branches. We are asking vendors to contact branch personnel by telephone.
    4. We have asked all of our delivery personnel to practice social distancing. We have instructed each driver to disinfect his or her signing monitor regularly. If a customer feels uncomfortable signing the pad, we have asked the drivers to take a picture of the person receiving the order as proof of delivery.
    5. We are encouraging all will call customers to use our proactive order management system. Place your orders ahead of time by phone, fax, PPI APP or the Peirce-Phelps on line web order portal and we will have your order staged and ready for easy and quick pick up. Your personnel can bypass the counter and have minimum contact with other customers. We will make every attempt to maintain the social distancing guidelines put out by the CDC.
    6. We are suspending all seminars, trainings, meetings and corporate travel throughout the company until the end of April. If any of the training classes can be effectively taught using video transmission we will hold the classes electronically and notify each participant.
    7. Last week we communicated cleaning guidelines at our distribution center and branches to help mitigate the spread of the virus. We have added additional cleaning and disinfectant procedures in our Blue Bell office as well.
    8. We are monitoring the situation closely to determine if we need to convert to remote service for our employees who can perform their jobs at home. This is a system that we have successfully implemented in the past during weather emergencies.
    9. We are staying in regular contact with our managers, supervisors and executive team to take appropriate actions as the situation continues to change.

    First and foremost, the health and well-being of our employees, customers and their families remains our highest priority and we will continue to act thoughtfully as we respond to COVID-19. 

     This very fluid situation is rapidly evolving. As decisions are made, we will communicate all updates regarding our course of action immediately. Together, we will navigate through this issue and return to normalcy soon. Should you have any further questions, concerns or suggestions, please contact your sales representative, sales manager, VP or myself.

    Thank you for your support and understanding.
    Brian G. Peirce
    President


    Peirce-Phelps, Inc. Joins the Family of Watsco and Carrier CE HVAC Distributors!

    July 18, 2019 at 7:30 AM EDT

    MIAMI, July 18, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Watsco, Inc. (NYSE: WSO) announced today that it has signed an agreement to acquire the HVAC business of Peirce-Phelps, Inc. Closing of the transaction is subject to customary conditions and is expected to occur within the next 30 days. Peirce-Phelps will operate as a separate business of Carrier Enterprise, LLC, a joint venture between Watsco and Carrier Corporation. Watsco owns 80% of Carrier Enterprise and Carrier owns 20%.

    Peirce-Phelps was founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1926 and is one of the largest HVAC distributors in North America with current annual sales of approximately $206 million. It currently serves over 9,000 customers from 19 locations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Its product offering includes residential and commercial HVAC equipment made by Carrier as well as parts, supplies and accessories sourced from approximately 350 vendors.

    Albert H. Nahmad, Watsco’s Chairman & Chief Executive Officer said: “Peirce-Phelps has one of the most long-standing family legacies in our industry as evidenced by the four third-generation Peirce brothers who operate the business. They will continue to lead the company moving forward in what will be a new market for our company. We look forward to helping the Peirce-Phelps team with capital, ideas, technology and our relationships to build on its historical success. We are pleased to become part of the Peirce-Phelps family.”

    Brian Peirce, Peirce-Phelps’s President & CEO said: “Peirce-Phelps is excited to become a member of the Watsco family of businesses, adding our capabilities and customer focus to the largest HVAC distributor in North America. Peirce-Phelps’s 93-year legacy of serving the needs of customers in the Mid-Atlantic market will strengthen Watsco’s presence in the Northeast. We are looking forward to implementing their outstanding suite of technology platforms to help our customers continue to succeed in the market.”

    About Watsco

    Watsco is the largest distribution network for heating, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) products with locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico, and on an export basis to Latin America and the Caribbean. Watsco estimates that over 300,000 contractors and technicians visit or call one of its 585 locations each year to get information, obtain technical support and buy products. HVAC/R products provide comfort to homes and businesses regardless of the outdoor climate. Older systems often operate below today’s government mandated energy efficiency and environmental standards. Watsco has an opportunity to accelerate the replacement of these systems at a scale greater than its competitors as the movement toward reducing energy consumption and its environmental impact continues. This is especially important since heating and cooling accounts for approximately half of the energy consumed in a typical U.S. home. Additional information about Watsco may be found at http://www.watsco.com.

    This document includes certain “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are based on management's current expectations and are subject to uncertainty and changes in circumstances. Actual results may differ materially from these expectations due to changes in economic, business, competitive market, new housing starts and completions, capital spending in commercial construction, consumer spending and debt levels, regulatory and other factors, including, without limitation, the effects of supplier concentration, competitive conditions within Watsco’s industry, seasonal nature of sales of Watsco’s products, the ability of the Company to expand its business, insurance coverage risks and final GAAP adjustments. Detailed information about these factors and additional important factors can be found in the documents that Watsco files with the Securities and Exchange Commission, such as Form 10-K, Form 10-Q and Form 8-K. Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date the statements were made. Watsco assumes no obligation to update forward-looking information to reflect actual results, changes in assumptions or changes in other factors affecting forward-looking information, except as required by applicable law.