Heritage Landscape Supply Group makes acquisition

Heritage Landscape Supply Group acquired Imperial Sprinkler Supply, Inc. and its network of 25 branches across California, in October.
The addition of Imperial Sprinkler Supply, an irrigation, outdoor lighting, and landscape products company, will expand Heritage’s presence in California.
Sprinklers watering green grass

Heritage Landscape Supply Group, McKinney, Texas, acquired Imperial Sprinkler Supply, Inc., Anaheim, California, in October.

Imperial Sprinkler Supply has a network of 25 branches across California and supports professional irrigation and landscape contractors, municipalities, golf course superintendents, and other green industry professionals. The company was founded in 1980 by Gabriel and Dolores Moriel.

“Our family has spent decades building a business predicated on providing top-quality products and unparalleled customer service throughout California,” says Darlene Hunn, CEO of Imperial Sprinkler Supply.

“After over 40 years in business, we were very fortunate to find a partner in Heritage that would be a trusting steward of our Company’s legacy and treat our people like family. It is with great excitement that we kick off this next phase of growth for ISS, providing our amazing team with the resources they need to take the Company to new heights. Together, we will support an enduring commitment to our customer and supplier partners, while continuing to empower the hard-working employees that make it all possible.”

The acquisition was a smart move for the organization, says Heritage President Matt McDermott.

“We are honored to welcome the entire ISS team to the Heritage family. ISS is one of the largest and most respected independents in the country and has earned a reputation as the preeminent distributor in California. We are truly excited to add this game-changing and strategic acquisition to our growing network and look forward to seeing what our combined teams will accomplish together.”

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