Price and Sons, Inc.

Providing Equipment And Supplies For          Construction & Industry....       

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Price and Sons, Inc. is a MBE/DBE owned and operated company incorporated in September of 1983. The company has grown consistently over the past 30 years. Price and Sons is a manufacturer's representative/distributor, supplying electrical, plumbing, HVAC, mechanical, and construction materials and equipment to local and national government agencies and the private sector.

Price and Sons has  working relationships with a host of electrical, plumbing, mechanical and construction companies.

Price and Sons is a national distributor for W.W. Grainger, Graybar, Millerbernd,Viking Electric Supply, Ferguson Enterprises, and many others.
In many cases you may continue to receive the same pricing and service you have come to expect and still meet your DBE/MBE/SBE and veteran-owned goals.


Miller Park , Milwaukee Wisconsin





     

Price and Sons is a national distributor and quality supplier of lighting poles for roadway lighting, area lighting, floodlighting, high mast lighting and traffic control applications.



 


Price and Sons is a supplier of resins, gel coats, colorants and additives for composites and cast polymers.





"Hold yourself responsible for a higher standard than anybody expects of you. Never excuse yourself."
Henry Ward Beecher



Price and Sons will continue to adapt the way we do business so we can exceed our customers expectations. We invite you to look to us in the future, because we are committed to provide you with the quality products and services you need. We want to be your preferred supplier and we’ll do what it takes to make that happen.

Price and Sons wants to be your go to company for contract compliance in regards to diversity requirements.

Supplier diversity is a sound business practice, especially practiced by companies that outperform the general stock-market indexes. The 2007 Diversity Inc. Top 50 Companies averaged 9.3 percent of their procurement spend with M/WBEs; we estimate the national spend at 2 percent. The Diversity Inc. Top 50 Companies, expressed as a stock index, outperform the Nasdaq, Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 on a long- and short-term basis.

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