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Rare opportunity to own this 43 acre business with a clean 21E. In operation since 1969, it s time for our client to retire but will stay on to aid in transition. Scrap value of inventory is over $3,000,000 with retail value many times that number. Inventory may be purchased on consignment for the right buyer. Hard to get Class 3 Salvage license included which has no limitation on the number of vehicles our clients can have on site. Fully automated national parts inventory system. Lots of room to grow this business!
This Heating & Supply company s a single-location, value-added service and retail provider of alternative heating products. The Company’s comprehensive product offerings include outdoor and indoor wood and pellet furnaces/boilers and wood, pellet, coal and gas stoves, inserts and fireplaces, as well as ancillary products and consumables such as pellet and biofuel, hearth products, horse feed and other general merchandise. The Company sells primarily to homeowners (95 percent of sales) with a small portion of business derived from the contractor trade (5 percent). Customers primarily come from a 50-mile radius of the retail location. Additional satellite sales facilities could be established to extend the market area.