Uniontown Branch - Monroe
Home renovations don’t have to be a headache. If you have a kitchen remodel or modern bathroom upgrade in the works, come visit our Uniontown showroom! With more than 54 years of experience under our belts, we truly are your one-stop shop for all of your residential and commercial plumbing needs.
40 Monroe Avenue
Uniontown, PA 15401
Mon - Fri: 7:30AM - 4:30PM
Sat: 8AM - 12PM
& Sun: Closed
KOVAL BUILDING SUPPLY IN UNIONTOWN
WHERE YOUR HOME AND BACKYARD DREAMS BECOME A REALITY
As one of Pennsylvania’s largest, independent plumbing and wholesale companies, Koval Building Supply’s focus is to offer high-quality residential and commercial plumbing supplies and outstanding service to all of our customers. From pipes and pumps to water heaters, boilers, bathtubs, showers and toilets, we have everything you need for your bathroom remodel. Do you have a specific bathroom design in mind? We can accommodate any style on any budget. We offer wholesale prices on kitchen fixtures, faucets, sinks and countertops and are proud to say we have helped our customers to create both beautiful and affordable kitchen remodels.
If you need new flooring or want to install a fireplace, we can help with that too. And we haven’t forgotten about your backyard. We also sell Jacuzzi® hot tubs to offer our customers the ultimate relaxation experience. Our experts are always on hand to answer questions or offer advice on any project. Drop in at our Uniontown branch, located at 40 Monroe Ave. We are proud to be part of the Uniontown community. Just 46 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, Uniontown offers small town charm with all the conveniences of city living.
Affectionately nicknamed “Beesontown” after its founder Henry Beeson, the town’s July 4, 1776 birthday is shared with the one of the most important days in our country’s history: the ratification of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. Uniontown is steeped in history, being just a stone’s throw away from where Fort Necessity was built by George Washington in 1754 during the French and Indian War. Also known for its role in the Underground Railroad, town residents helped many slaves escape North to freedom up until the time of the Civil War in 1861. Uniontown, in 1967, went on to be known as the birthplace of McDonald’s Big Mac sandwich. This former milling and mining town, has become a beautiful city that incorporates the old with the new. History buffs can tour original homes, such as the John S. Douglas House and the John P. Conn House as well as enjoy the Uniontown Downtown Historic District.
Being surrounded by such spectacular architecture inspires us to help residents create their own stunning indoor and outdoor spaces to be enjoyed for years to come.