Finding You Quality Components At Competitive Prices
Elite Components is located in Sugar Land, TX (Houston) and was established in 2009. Elite serves the Electrical, Mechanical, Fire Protection, and HVAC industries.
Elite’s mission is to supply high quality Electrical Spring Steel Fasteners, Mechanical Hangers, Strut Accessories, Roof Top Pipe Supports, Strut and All Thread Rod. Our products meet or exceed industry standards and many of our products carry UL and FM listings.
Our main goal is to produce high quality products at the best price, therefore guaranteeing a competitively priced product for our distributors and the end-user. Along with providing excellent customer service, we strive for quick turnaround times on orders. We pride ourselves on being one of the most flexible companies any distributor can deal with.
To insure our products get to our customers as quickly as possible, we have two main warehouses located in Sugar Land, Texas and Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. We also have nine other stocking locations all across the United States.
Our experience, technical expertise and network of global sources enables us to offer the advantages of using a “one-stop shop” providing engineering, quality assurance, product scheduling, importing, warehousing and delivery. We realize each of our clients has unique needs and require personalized attention. Our consultative approach to every opportunity ensures the quality, cost effectiveness and on-time delivery that our clients expect.
All of us at Elite look forward to the opportunity to show you what a difference we can make for your company as well as your customers.
12600 Cardinal Meadow, Suite 108, Sugar Land, TX 77498
Ph: 281.494.3999 or 1.877.213.7130
Visit us online at www.elitecomponents.com
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