Flagg offers quite a lot more than just quality products at fair pricing. We pride ourselves on outstanding personalized customer service and value. From our timely, accurate and friendly customer service reps (no automated call systems here!) to our speedy dependable delivery on our fleet of company owned trucks, we know how to service your industry, the right way, the first time. Our goal is to make your business dealings pleasant surprises.
Flagg Inc. is well known as innovators in our rapidly changing industry and we work tirelessly to keep you abreast of the latest trends, technologies and techniques that will impact your livelihood and bottom line. Our educational workshops and seminars can not only be held at your own facility but also at our fully equipped educational center at our location at our headquarters in Fairfield, Ohio.
We make it promise to you that you will enjoy working with the helpful and educated team at Flagg Inc.
This website is a living entity and will be changed from time to time. Look for newsletter posted within and the customer profile pages. Check out our classified section where you, the customer, can post equipment that you may want to sell or for equipment someone else may have that you want to purchase.
Flagg Incorporated was founded in 1971 by the former Director of Marketing for Formica, Ted Flagg. It was his desire to start a distributorship that was dedicated to serving the Cabinet-Making Industry with the numerous specialty items in the market and to introduce Wilsonart Laminate to the area.
Gary Leonard, then a salesperson for Black & Decker, thru a friendship with Flagg Inc, purchased the company in 1973. Gary’s entrepreneurial drive and fun personality coupled with his vision of friendly customer service, quickly grew the company into his vision. One of his favorite sayings was that he wanted to make the laminate industry fun. He believed that people do business with people they like and he made that paramount in the early years of Flagg Inc.’s long success story.
Although Gary passed in 2012, the family business, now in its third generation, holds fast the company culture that he fostered in the multiple branches of Flagg Inc. throughout the Tri-state.