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Park Supply Company is Huntsville and North Alabama's premier supplier of plumbing products. In business since 1963, we take pride in our ability to provide exceptional service at a competitive price. Our 8,000-sq.ft. showroom has the latest in products for your new construction or remodeling project, and our on-site inventory makes the product readily available. Our experienced sales staff invites you to visit our showroom and see why homeowners, builders and contractors choose Park Supply for all their plumbing projects.
**BRAND NEW*** WE HAVE (2) RBS-XST4836BFLBISB2 (RIGHT HAND VALVE/LEFT HAND SEAT) AND (2) RBS-XST4836BFRBISB2 (LEFT HAND VALVE/RIGHT HAND SEAT) 48" X 36" BISCUIT BARRIER FREE ONE PIECE SHOWER WITH FULL REINFORCED WALLS (INCLUDES REMOVABLE CURB, 15" SOFT BLACK FOLD DOWN SEAT AND G25JBL20 ROMA/ADA 18" X 33" BISCUIT GRAB BAR SYSTEM
CLEARANCE SALE $850.00 + TAX
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Published on Jul 10, 2015
"It was lathery, it was muddy and everyone was having a great time." That pretty much sums up Delta Faucet's Guinness World Record win at Warrior Dash, Indiana. 331 people, 164 H2OKinetic water-efficient shower heads and lots and lots of mud. Thanks for hosting and helping us make history, Summer Sanders!
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Look for new and cutting edge Kohler products added to our showroom over the next few months!
*Plumbing in the News*
A Florida family got a slimy surprise from their clogged toilet.
Marian Lindquist, 51, called a plumber when she couldn’t get her toilet unclogged on Sunday, only to find out the problem backing up the system was an iguana, she told ABC News today. “I heard the plumber scream, and I ran over to our bathroom where she was,” she said.Lindquist, a probate lawyer, said even she couldn’t believe what she saw in her toilet bowl — a nearly 18-inch bright-green iguana — hooked to the plumber’s auger. “I don’t think anyone would’ve believed me if I didn’t post pictures,” she added. Lindquist said the plumber told her it probably got in through the house’s vents on the roof and went toward the largest opening, which happened to be for the toilet. “I didn’t understand that there was some big obstruction in the toilet,” she said. “I just thought it didn’t work for some random reason, but not because of an iguana.” Lindquist’s 17-year-old daughter, Lily, was determined to keep the problem from happening again. The teenager climbed onto the roof of the Fort Lauderdale home and put screens on the ventilating pipes to keep their plumbing system iguana-free, Lindquist said. “It all worked out except for the lizard. There was nothing we could do to save it,” she said. “This whole situation was just shocking.” The plumber, Alisa Scott, did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.