Elliott & Frantz Inc.

By: Bubbajunk.com

For over 40 years Elliott & Frantz, Inc. has been providing the construction industry with the finest products and the highest levels of service. Elliott & Frantz was founded in 1962 by James Elliott and Harry Frantz and the company is based on the founding principles of commitment, dedication, and hard work.

In 1962 the company began with a modest product line of the highest quality. The initial lines included Allis Chalmer, Buffalo Springfield, and Northwest Engineering. In the 40 years since Elliott & Frantz, Inc. was founded it has grown tremendously and kept the pace with the ever-changing construction industry. In the 90Ââ€Ã¢„¢s the market surged with a strong emphasis on rentals; Elliott & Frantz, Inc. was able to respond with over 350 machines, 275 buckets and attachments in the rental fleet.
Elliott & Frantz, Inc. offers a much more extensive line of high quality products including, Indeco, Gradall, Hitachi, Kawasaki, Terex, Wirtgen, Hamm, and Pro-Pav. In addition to representing these top-notch manufactures, Elliott & Frantz, Inc. has been ranked as "Top Ten Dealer" with every major account in its product line.

As well as increasing the products offered, the company itself has expanded. With its headquarters in King of Prussia, PA, Elliott & Frantz, Inc. have locations in Harrisburg, PA, Jessup and Hagerstown, MD, and Delmar, DE. Elliott & Frantz, Inc. will soon be opening facilities in Wilkes-Barre, PA and Virginia. All five of its branches are fully equipped to meet any of its customerÂâ€Ã¢„¢s needs.

Elliott & Frantz, Inc. has a fleet of over 50 fully equipped parts and service vehicles are available to serve their clients. The company has well trained service staff of over 40 factory trained field service technicians and 15 shop mechanics to serve with some of the most sophisticated equipment available to the industry.  

Elliott & Frantz, Inc. has been meeting the demands of the construction industry for over 40 years and assures to continue to serve the industry into the next millennium.