In 1923, Homer A. Thrush started the H.A. Thrush Company with his invention of the first circulator pump to move hot water through a residence, greatly improving the then-standard “gravity” hot water heating systems, making homes across the country more comfortable and economical for thousands of families.
One of the early complete residential hot water heating systems designed and supplied by the H.A. Thrush Company was for world famous Fallingwater, designed and built in 1937 by one of the foremost pro-movement architects of the day, Frank Lloyd Wright.
In 1997, Thrush Co. Inc. was born in the same spirit of innovation. Based in Peru, Indiana, we continue the work he began here—now with a nationwide network of representatives and distributors for products we’re proud to call our own.