New name, same great products and customer service. To better embody what we truly do, we dropped the name ‘Best Value Vacs’ in favor of a redefinition. We will simply be referred to as BVV, which now stands for Building Vision and Variety, a better representation of the union between product variety and viable, quality options for every type of customer.
BVV is not just another extraction supply company — we’re family. Family-owned and operated, we inspire the development of your business through precise tools, abundant resources, educational assistance, and customized support, guiding you along your journey to growth and innovation.
BVV surpasses competitors with exceptional customer care. Seeing how our customers represent a diverse range of businesses — from large corporations to startups — we engage with our clients on a personal level. Building vision and variety, BVV is a solution leader in the industry. We foster meaningful connections with our customers and provide high quality yet affordable equipment, continuing as an innovative, sustainable, and nurturing business.
We provide our customers with the education, resources, and products they need to become catalysts of innovation.
Before starting Best Value Vacs, Jason worked as an engineer at Ideal Industries while Adam worked at Lauterbach & Amen LLP as an associate auditor. During this time, Jason and Adam were also manufacturing and selling transmission and engine oil drain tools for VW/Audi. All of these products were made of silicone molds and cast resin.
During this time, transmission drain tool sales hit an all-time high. The use of a vacuum chamber was required to remove air bubbles that compromised the mold and tools. Upon research and testing, no affordable and durable chambers existed in the market. This caused Adam to begin mass producing chambers in his parents basement after his auditing job. BVV was started on $2,500 worth of credit card debt. Late Spring of 2013, Adam began working on BVV full time and all of BVV sales were done on Amazon and eBay.
Early spring of 2014, Jason resigned from Ideal industries to work with BVV full time. Since BVV found some success selling on Amazon and eBay, they decided to lease their first 2000 sqft. facility. Soon after they expanded to 4000 sqft. At this point, they knew that they could keep expanding, so Jason built BVV's first website to help improve sales. This lead BVV to hire their first 6 employees and then they began attending tradeshows to help expand their brand in the industry.
BVV expanded their product catalog into steel parts, vacuum ovens, and vacuum pumps. At this point, wholesale customers became the primary focus. With the number of sales increasing, BVV quickly moved up from a 4,000 sqft. to a 12,500 sqft. workspace.
At this point in time, BVV was growing at an unprecedented rate. The new 12,500 sqft. office didn't last long before having to expand to the current 22,000 sqft. facility. BVV grew to 30 employees and also began their new product initiative to expand into scientific equipment such as rotary evaporators, chillers/heaters and short path distillation.
BVV secured 4,000 sqft. of offsite storage on top of their current 22,000 sqft. facility. With now over 40 employees and a new e-commerce website, BVV is considered a top company in the industry.