To meet the needs of our growing business, Korrect Plumbing Heating & Air in Dayton recently broke ground on a new 6,000-square foot building to be constructed at 7967 W. Third Street in Trotwood, just across from their existing building at 7970 W. Third Street.
“We currently have 18 employees working out of about 2,500-square feet of space,” said Nathan Patterson, vice president, Korrect. “Most employees are currently sharing office space, and we need a break room and a conference room that the new building will accommodate. We will have two office buildings and occupy three warehouses.”
Founded in September 1950 by N. Ivan Patterson and C. Edwin Hunn, Korrect Plumbing was incorporated in 1954 and continues today as a closely held family business. Throughout the years, it has served a wide variety of needs in residential, commercial, and industrial facilities. As one of the largest plumbing service businesses in the area, Korrect’s fleet of 40 familiar green and white service trucks provides quick response throughout the Greater Miami Valley area.
As a licensed, bonded, and fully insured service provider, Korrect serves many communities. In 2011, Korrect Plumbing acquired Tobias Heating and Air Conditioning, a well-known local company with a history of serving the Dayton area since 1946. We are pleased to continue employing the Tobias technicians, allowing us to offer a comprehensive suite of services to our customers.
“This new facility will allow us to have more room to grow, train employees, and meet with vendors and customers, and it gives us more room to breathe,” Patterson added. “The new office will allow us to catch up with the growth that we’ve experienced over the last couple of years, and it also will help prepare us for the new customers we will serve in the future.”
The company attributes its success to the strong, visionary leadership of its founders and the efficient, skillful, dedicated service of its many loyal employees. The management team consists of Martha Logan, president and CEO; Patterson, and Dean Sutter.
Korrect held a groundbreaking ceremony on June 20 and plans to have a ribbon-cutting on the new building in November of this year. Carra Builders Commercial Construction Co., out of Englewood, will construct the building. Attending the groundbreaking ceremony were City of Trotwood Mayor Mary McDonald, Trotwood Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Marie Battle and Trotwood City Manager Quincy Pope, Sr.
“As we celebrate more than 65 years in business, we look forward to providing the best plumbing and HVAC service available,” Patterson added. “Our experienced and knowledgeable sales associates can provide information and estimates on work for both residential and commercial projects. We strive to be the ‘Korrect choice’ for plumbing, heating and air conditioning services in Dayton and surrounding areas.”