In 2007, Aquatherm began its major launch into the United States. Under the direction of President and CEO Steve Clark, Parr Young, David Chen, and Adam Clark started a U.S. office in Provo, Utah. Over the next few years, Aquatherm added PVF sales veteran Ed Eldredge, CFO Jordan Hardy, VP of Canadian Sales Don Schneider, and VP of Advertising & Media Barry Campbell to the team. In 2009, Aquatherm relocated its North American Headquarters from Cardston, Alberta, to new offices in Orem, Utah, and began adding manufacturer's reps to support growing interest nationwide.
By 2010, Aquatherm had outgrown its offices once again and moved into larger facilities in Lindon, Utah, adding Financial Operations Manager Shawna Gobble and Inside Sales Manager Charles Clark to the company. In 2011, Aquatherm became a "Forbes 100 Most Promising" company and moved into its current headquarters, which would house the North American Distribution Center and Fabrication Facility.
During that time, Aquatherm set up distribution partnerships with major national and regional wholesalers, such as Ferguson, Columbia Pipe, Keller Supply, Thomas Somerville, Metropolitan Pipe, Granite Group, Famous Supply, Harrington Industrial Plastics, and many others. Aquatherm also set up tool partnerships with McElroy, Widos, Ritmo, and ASDAC in order to better serve customer needs. Aquatherm was again named a "Forbes 100 Most Promising" company in 2012.
As of 2013, Aquatherm has 17 companies serving as manufacturer's representatives in the United States and has distribution in every state. Aquatherm's Lindon headquarters houses staff and facilities for sales, marketing, training, engineering support, supply chain management, fitting and manifold production, and financial operations. Aquatherm's operations continue to expand in order to keep up with growing demand across the United States.