RectorSeal Expands Manufacturing Representative’s HVAC Territory Coverage in New England and Northeast

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RectorSeal, a leading manufacturer of quality HVAC/R and plumbing tools and accessories, has announced a sales territory expansion for manufacturing representatives EDOS and United Components.

EDOS currently represents RectorSeal in the New England and Northeast markets primarily through the plumbing division. Those roles and responsibilities will be expanded to encompass RectorSeal’s HVAC division. United Components currently represents RectorSeal in the Mid-Atlantic region and will also expand into the Northeast HVAC market. The Northeast territory comprises New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.

Since 1975, EDOS has conducted business with the same fundamental guiding principles upon which EDOs founded the family-owned and operated business. The company name continues to pay tribute to the founder’s name. Moreover, it reflects a continuing promise to its customers: Exceptional, Dependable, Outstanding Service.

United Components, Inc. was established in 1984 by Steve Mironenko Sr., and the company now covers over 15 states in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States. The professional sales team specializes in new product introductions, sales training, merchandising, and providing profitable product solutions to customers.

“Both ED OS and United Components demonstrate a high level of professionalism and a legacy of serving customers that reflect the same values as RectorSeal,” said Jeff Underwood, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing at RectorSeal. “By expanding their sales territories, we look forward to providing our customers with the best representatives and the best HVAC products.”

Since 1937, RectorSeal has offered products that have built a steadily growing and loyal following among contractors due to differentiated and proven product performance. Further, the company is often the first to tackle and solve challenges professional trade contractors face. In 2015, RectorSeal became part of CSW Industrials, Inc. (Nasdaq: CSWI), and it now plays a leading role in CSWI’s Contractor Solutions segment.

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