4950 Sales Partners with Weil-McLain to Provide Alaska Region with Hydronic Comfort Heating Systems
Weil-McLain, a leading North American designer and manufacturer of hydronic comfort heating systems, is partnering with plumbing and mechanical firm 4950 Sales to represent the company’s full line of residential and commercial boilers in the Alaska region.
Based in Palmer, 4950 Sales, which serves the commercial, industrial, and plumbing and mechanical and construction sectors, is led by Charles Benshetler and Nick Benshetler.
“We are very excited to partner with Weil-McLain and offer its premium line of residential and commercial boilers in the Alaska market,” says Charles Benshetler, who has more than thirty years of heating and plumbing experience. “Working with an industry leader like Weil-McLain will tremendously benefit our many clients in the state.”
“We couldn’t have found a better fit and more experienced partner than 4950 Sales to represent our products and strengthen our sales channel in Alaska,” says Michael Langen, director of sales for Weil-McLain. “We look forward to working with Charles and Nick to provide our premium boilers to residential, commercial and industrial clients in the region.”
Charles Benshetler and Nick Benshetler of 4950 Sales.
4950 Sales will offer Weil-McLain’s full-line of commercial boilers including the Weil-McLain Stainless Vertical Firetube (SVF) commercial condensing boilers with industry-leading thermal efficiencies up to 96.8 percent; the SlimFit boiler designed for limited spaces; Evergreen Pro; and the full line of Weil-McLain cast iron boilers.
Residential boilers offered will include the new ECO Tec high-efficiency premium residential boiler; the Evergreen stainless steel condensing boiler; the Ultra corrosion-resistant boiler; GV90+ high-efficiency cast iron boiler; and the AquaBalance combi or heat-only boiler.
Charles Benshetler has worked more than three decades in the process piping, heating, and plumbing industry representing industry leading manufacturers. Nick Benshetler, a graduate of the University of Mary, is passionate about plumbing and heating and learning from leaders in the industry.
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