Master Dealers

Davey Master Dealer Program

 


 

You'll find Davey products at an extensive network of dealers across Australia and New Zealand.

 

Davey’s extensive Master Dealer network represents businesses with a broad product offering, the local knowledge and experience you can rely on and servicing capabilities for post-purchase peace of mind.

They are familiar with Davey products specifically and don't just have most products on hand, but also the necessary fittings and accessories to ensure you have everything you need.

Master Dealers are our experts in the field to provide you with the right direction and advice for your next project or Davey purchase.

Find your nearest Davey Master Dealer by clicking here.

 

The Davey Master Dealer program

is designed to support consumers and users of our products by recognising a select group of retailers who:

  • Will provide you with a comprehensive range of Davey products in their specialty area
  • Will provide you the expertise required to select the right Davey product for your needs
  • Will provide you with pre and post sales support so you can feel confident in your purchase
  • Will represent Davey’s brand promise of dependability
  • There is a strict criterion our retail partners must adhere to before being invited to join the program.

 

In part, Davey Master Dealers:

  • Must be a significant water/irrigation, swimming pool, and or community water treatment specialist - a retail outlet with a workshop and have a ‘significant’ presence in the area.
  • Must provide good pre and post sale service through their staff competent in our products and general applications.
  • Must support and stock an agreed range of Davey finished goods suited to the local market.
  • Must stock an agreed range of Davey Spare Parts and preferably have service capability (minimum requirement – in house workshop).
  • Must have Davey products as their prominent brand in the business and retail area.
  • Must attend Davey product and service training.
  • Must be willing to have their stores and service centres audited and ‘mystery shopped’.