Pipe, valve, fitting supplier can move material in a hurry from new, 10,000-square-foot warehouse
When a 92-year-old pipe burst during January’s snow storm, it was one of numerous water main breaks requiring immediate repair by Charleston Water System. As the water gushed, authorities needed to move quickly to staunch the flooding and freezing, and to conserve tens of thousands of gallons of water.
While all eyes were on the municipal water company, a local woman-owned business was behind the scenes, delivering the necessary equipment through treacherous conditions within hours. Their quick work helped repair the broken pipes, limit the damage to streets and maintain the flow of water to homes and businesses, even as many of them lost power.
Seacoast Supply, a wholesale distributor of pipes, valves and fittings for water, sewer, industrial and fire protection projects, boasts an employee team with 250 combined years of service in the industry.
Unlike the big box national brands, owner Anne Forrest and her staff can make decisions and take action on the spot for the contractors, engineers, industrial customers and municipalities with whom they work. Large enough to handle complex projects but small enough to be nimble, Seacoast Supply is the right size for any job.
Its new 10,000 sq. ft. warehouse on three acres just off Ashley Phosphate Road is centrally located to service the entire tri-county area. Because it is stocked with a wide variety of inventory, customers know that Seacoast Supply can offer the best products at competitive prices and provide personal service to ensure the job comes together smoothly.
With an immense system of pipes bringing clean water to Lowcountry citizens and carrying away sewer and storm drainage, the entire tri-county area relies on Seacoast Supply’s service and experience.
Rapid growth has increased the need for improved drainage in the Lowcountry, putting a premium on the company’s ability to deliver the most advanced solutions.
An SCDOT-certified company, Seacoast Supply has supported a wide range of large projects, including the Volvo plant in Berkeley County, the Boeing plant and Charleston Airport in North Charleston, residential developments like Daniel Island, Nexton, Cane Bay, Summers Corner, Carolina Bay and Carolina Park, and roadway widening projects on Clements Ferry Road, Johnnie Dodds Boulevard, Maybank Highway and Hungryneck Boulevard.
Owner Anne Forrest and her staff can make decisions and take action on the spot for the contractors, engineers, industrial customers and municipalities with whom they work.