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Serving the Finger Lakes area since 1951

 
 
 

About Us

Penn Yan Plumbing and Heating offers a wide selection of plumbing, heating, cooling, air conditioning, electrical supplies, water conditioning supplies, and tools for houses, cottages, offices, retail stores, warehouses, and many other types of buildings and businesses. We focus on providing the supplies, products and tools needed by contractors, farmers, and do-it-yourselfers.

Services include pipe threading, cutting all types of wire to order, water sample analysis, deliveries, and heating/cooling sizing and layouts.

Our experienced, well-trained staff is committed to providing outstanding service. If you do not see what you need on this web site, please email or call us, and we will be happy to help you.

Penn Yan Plumbing & Heating is proud to support the business climate and economic growth of our region. We are members of the Yates County Chamber of Commerce, the US Chamber of Commerce, and the National Federation of Independent Businesses.

We are located on the north end of Keuka Lake on Route 14A in Yates County, the Finger Lakes, one quarter-mile south of Penn Yan, NY in the Horizon Business Park . Our store features over 10,000 square feet of products, supplies, accessories, parts, and tools for almost any plumbing, heating, electrical, or water conditioning job.
 
 

Penn Yan Plumbing & Heating History

Penn Yan Plumbing and Heating, originally a plumbing and heating contracting firm, was founded in 1951 by Patrick D’Amico. During the 1970’s, Pat’s inventory of plumbing and heating supplies was growing as his installation business was flourishing.

Soon, other local contractors were purchasing some of their supplies from his stock. Sensing an opportunity, Pat opened a storefront to sell materials off Champlin Avenue, under the current Wagner Restaurant.

Business was brisk, and Pat moved Penn Yan Plumbing and Heating to a larger facility in the Lake Street Plaza in 1979. Pat’s son Don D'Amico joined the business in 1980. Don took over the business in 1983, and his wife, Nancy D'Amico, then joined the company.

The company moved to another location in the Lake Street Plaza in 1997.

Growing sales and a need for a larger and more visible location resulted in the purchase of a competitor in 2006 and a move to the current location, at 100 Horizon Park Drive.

Photo of Keuka Lake courtesy of theVillage of Penn Yan.
 
 
 
 
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