Richardson’s Service Experts Announces Acquisition, Now Has 98 ‘Home Comfort’ Centers in 31 States

With this expansion, Service Experts said it is building on its leading position of delivering "worry-free comfort" to even more homes and businesses across the nation.

Richardson-based Service Experts has acquired 19 local HVAC and plumbing service centers from Connecticut-based HomeServe USA Corp., an acquisition that brings its total number of local service centers to 98, serving homeowners across 31 states.

With this expansion, Service Experts said it is building on its leading position of delivering “worry-free comfort” to more homes and businesses across the nation. No financial details were released.

“Service Experts’ core promise is to make our customers feel right at home, and we look forward to delivering on our vision where every home and workplace will be a haven of comfort, well-being, and energy efficiency. This acquisition means we can deliver expert comfort in even more markets,” said Rob Comstock, CEO of Service Experts. “Our position as the leading provider of total home comfort requires that we have the best ‘boots on the ground’ delivering expert service and helpful advice to customers in all of our markets. We are excited to welcome our new expert team members into our family.”

Founded in 1996, Service Experts said that it is the leading provider of total home comfort, including HVAC and plumbing repair, maintenance, new equipment sales, solar energy solutions, and related services to residential and commercial customers in 31 U.S. states. Service Experts said it is the “largest total home comfort company” in the nation, serving roughly 3,500 homes and businesses, on average, each working day.

HomeServe USA Corp. has nearly 5 million customers across North America, and it protects homeowners against the expense and inconvenience of plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and other home repair emergencies.

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