Updated March 28 at 10:39am

Home conversions, repairs their forte

Started 35 years ago in a Warwick family basement and garage, William J. Riley Plumbing & Heating Co. Inc. has survived housing booms and busts by staying nimble as a family-owned business. Since the beginning of the Great Recession, staffing has stayed steady, at approximately 10 employees. And while new construction has been sparse in recent years, the company has grown its service business to compensate. Riley, the company president, is pictured above with his daughter, Operations Manager Elizabeth Muzzy. More

To continue reading this article, please do one of the following.



Sign up to receive Providence Business News' newsletters
and breaking news alerts.  

PAGE TWO PHOTO

Home conversions, repairs their forte

Posted:

Started 35 years ago in a Warwick family basement and garage, William J. Riley Plumbing & Heating Co. Inc. has survived housing booms and busts by staying nimble as a family-owned business. Since the beginning of the Great Recession, staffing has stayed steady, at approximately 10 employees. And while new construction has been sparse in recent years, the company has grown its service business to compensate. Riley, the company president, is pictured above with his daughter, Operations Manager Elizabeth Muzzy.

27~03, 042312 , small business, , William J. Riley Plumbing & Heating Co. Inc., page two, , 27~03, issue042312export.pbn

Comments

No comments on this story | Please log in to comment by clicking here
Please log in or register to add your comment
Latest News