Heritage Landscape Supply Group opened six locations across Texas under the Irrigation Supply brand name. The new stores, in Katy, Conroe, San Antonio, Austin, Mansfield, and Richland Hills, will carry a full line of irrigation and landscape supplies, outdoor lighting, agronomics, hardscapes and pavers, tools and accessories, and other complementary products.

Heritage Landscape Supply said the locations have been opened following the acquisitions of Irrigators Supply and Irrigation Station in October 2020 and December 2020, respectively. The company now operates 10 locations in Texas.

“We continue to invest in the expansion of our network and are excited to announce meaningful growth in our home state of Texas,” Matt McDermott, president of Heritage Landscape Supply Group, said in a prepared statement. “Each of these six locations represents its own unique growth story driven by the important ingredient: people. These new locations complement our acquisition strategy and allow us to promote talented individuals from within our company, hire proven industry veterans to our growing family, and most importantly, support the customer and supplier partners we are honored to serve.”

Heritage Landscape Supply Group is a wholly-owned subsidiary of roofing and building products distributor SRS Distribution. McKinney, Texas-based SRS formed the portfolio group in February 2019.

In addition to Irrigators Supply and Irrigators Station, Heritage has acquired Normac, MCS Landscape Supply, Florida Integration Supply, Stone Center of Indiana, Silver Creek Supply Group, Aquarius Supply, REAMS Sprinkler Supply, Wolf Creek Company, Atlanta Landscape Materials, Watson Supply, Davis Supply, and, most recently, Beehive Brick & Stone. The company has also opened several greenfield locations under the CPS Distributors and Automatic Supply brand names, and launched the HLS Outdoor brand and platform in the midwest region of the United States. Heritage Landscape Supply Group operates more than 130 locations in 25 states across 19 distinct local brands.