The Granite Group Announces Acquisition of Webber Supply Inc.

Welcomes Four New Locations to The Granite Group Family in Maine

Webber Supply - South Portland, Maine

​The Granite Group Wholesalers, LLC has announced it has finalized the acquisition of Maine-based Webber Supply Inc. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Established in 1960, Webber Supply features locations in South Portland, Lewiston, Augusta, and Bangor. Effective today, all Webber Supply branches have begun operating under The Granite Group umbrella.

“We could not be more excited about this opportunity to work with the fantastic people at Webber to give their customer base access to our world-class distribution system and product offerings. Now with six locations from South Portland to Bangor, this acquisition allows The Granite Group to greatly expand its service footprint in Maine. In addition to the operational synergies between The Granite Group and Webber, both companies share an unwavering dedication to service and their people. Therefore, we are expecting a very smooth transition,” says Bill Condron, The Granite Group’s President and Chief Executive Officer.

“In addition to seeing a great fit on the business side, the cultures of Webber Supply and The Granite Group are very similar and that is one of the biggest reasons we felt comfortable moving forward. The people at Webber Supply have a proud tradition of serving contractors throughout the state of Maine and we are extremely happy they will now be building on that reputation as members of The Granite Group,” says Marie Saucier, President of The Webber Group.

About The Granite Group

With roots that date back to 1901, The Granite Group is a full-service wholesale distributor of plumbing, heating, cooling, water and propane supplies. A winner of Plumbing & Mechanical Magazine’s Supply House of the Year Award, The Granite Group currently has 43 branch locations throughout New England that are stocked daily by a dynamic, 210,000-square-foot central distribution center in Londonderry, New Hampshire. In 2016, The Granite Group launched its “Online Store,” a best-in-class e-business portal built specifically for its core customers. The Granite Group also knows that service is their most important product and every member of their team is focused on delivering the best service possible to their customers. From an experienced and knowledgeable inside staff to a strong, dedicated outside sales force, The Granite Group works every day to meet its customers’ needs and exceed their expectations. For more on The Granite Group, please click here.

About The Ultimate Bath Store

The Ultimate Bath Store is New England’s premier bath and kitchen center and the exclusive showroom chain of The Granite Group. Featuring 15 fully decorated and expertly staffed locations in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont and Rhode Island, The Ultimate Bath Stores have the largest Kohler inventory in New England and also feature products from these other world-class manufacturers: Bain Ultra, Rohl, Basco and Brizo. For more on The Ultimate Bath Store, please click here.

Source: The Granite Group Wholesalers, LLC

About The Granite Group Wholesalers, LLC

Headquartered in Concord, NH, The Granite Group distributes plumbing, heating, cooling, piping, water systems, and energy products to contractors and fuel dealers across New England through 54 wholesale branches and a best-in-class online store. The company also operates 15 retail showrooms under the Sink & Spout (formerly The Ultimate Bath Store) name, offering an expertly-trained staff and an extensive array of bath, kitchen, and lighting products. Founded in 1971 in Worcester, MA, The Granite Group celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2021 alongside the exceptional people who have driven its success. Of all the recognition The Granite Group has received as a business, the workplace awards are the ones for which the company is most proud. For more information, visit

The Granite Group Wholesalers, LLC
6 Storrs Street
Concord, NH


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