Louis E. Page, Inc. is a family-owned, woman-owned business. For three generations we've been dedicated to serving the needs of our customers. Our goal is to give you prompt and informative service at fair prices. Since 1893, we've taken great pride in our commitment to be a one-source distributor specializing in mesh and fencing. We have a long history of relationships with vendors around the world and we can special order items from many different mills. Let us help you find what you need.
We believe in the joy and strength that the outdoor world brings to people and their communities. We want you to love being outside.
Our commitment to Louis E. Page is born out of our enthusiasm and zest to serve others. Expertise in hand, we take pride in helping people solve their problems. We love our customers!
We know the world is changing. We know that the way people farm, play and enjoy the outdoors is changing. And we are changing with you to help you protect the outside world that helps define your life.
To secure and protect the outside world for people and their loved ones, their animals and their crops, with the highest quality and innovative enclosure solutions.
With 123 years of success behind us, we will continue to innovate and become the market leader in providing the most secure enclosure solutions for people and their loved ones, their animals and their crops, into the next century.
Louis E. Page was started in 1893 when Louis, who had dropped out of school after 6th grade to help on the family farm, saw a niche market in Boston—the horses pulling the wagons and carriages needed to eat. Thus he started selling hay to companies using horses to deliver their goods. Once gasoline powered vehicles became the norm, Louis focused on adding products for farmers. World War II brought about a huge change in the demand of hay, thus the addition of wire fencing products for enclosure solutions. For many years Louis and sons were running the business together. Louis died in 1957. In 1970 Martin Hitchcock, husband to the granddaughter of Louis, joined the company in 1970. In 1975 Duncan Page, the grandson of Louis or Grampy as Duncan called him, joined the business. Duncan loved this company because he loved our customers. Oh the wonderful stories he told of the many varied and colorful customers that came by to pick up wire from the warehouse. For 40 years Duncan worked in the business until his untimely and quick death from thyroid cancer in October 2015. He was 69 years old.
That brings us up to the present and to me, Debbie Page. At the death of my dear husband and previous owner, Duncan Page, I took over ownership and management of the business, having been intimately involved with the business since 2011. Louis E. Page, Inc. is now 100% woman-owned. I imagine Duncan smiling as I write this, as was typical for this gentle man so full of joy and kindness and love.
We are excited about meeting more and more people that love their animals or their crops or who use our products in the building of their products. We have a passion for parks, farms, backyard gardens, all shapes and sizes of animals, birds, the desert tortoise, marine life and the new American Farmer. Please send us pictures of your animals or crops, etc. and how you are using our products. Send them to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Acknowledgement: Louis E. Page, Inc. is a gift and we acknowledge that every good and perfect gift comes down from God.
Passion: at Louis Page, we are passionate about our company- those we serve and the animals, crops, and people we protect.
Integrity: honesty and accountability in every conversation with each other, our customers, and our vendors are our beliefs and our goals.
Self-worth: we believe in the value of every human being. We build an environment where we are constantly learning about becoming better, both individually and corporately. We look to the older members of our community as valuable resources and delight in giving them job opportunities.
Enthusiasm: we foster an environment where our positive attitudes breed enthusiasm for us and for our customers.
We are family: we build a culture with a family spirit.
Humility: the customer is always right and we can learn from every mistake.
Gratefulness: we breed a spirit of thankfulness for our company, our team and for every customer we serve.
Excellence: we strive for a godly excellence in all that we do.
Teamwork: we believe it is the combined action of our staff that makes us effective, efficient and successful.
Fun: we believe in enjoying our work. If life isn't fun, then what are we doing? Smile often.
Charity: in order for us to be the very best human beings possible, and a class A company, we believe that we must share with those who are without. We are in the process of choosing a charitable organization that aligns with our values and provides ample opportunity to make a difference in the lives of many.