Southern HVAC Announces Three Acquisitions
FAST of Florida, Patrick’s Heating & Air Conditioning, and Duron Smith A/C & Heat
Southern HVAC Corp. has announced the acquisition of FAST of Florida, a prevalent HVAC, plumbing and electric service provider in Clearwater, Florida; Duron Smith A/C & Heat, a prominent HVAC repair, maintenance, and installation service provider in Melbourne, Florida; and Patrick’s Heating and Air Conditioning, a leading provider of HVAC service and repair and water heater installation services in Ocala, Florida.
“Southern HVAC expects to continue the popular service programs our customers have enjoyed over the years, yet the operation will eventually employ more automated and efficient business systems to better service our customers,” said David Venier, general manager of FAST of Florida. “As far as our customer’s current service agreements and appointments, they will simply continue; however, our merger with Southern HVAC will allow us to further improve our services and overall customer experience.”
Since its inception in 2016, Southern HVAC Corp. has enjoyed significant growth through acquisitions and market share. The company currently services approximately two hundred thousand households annually, and has nearly doubled in size. As a result of the recent acquisitions, Southern HVAC is now comprised of 7 brands and 12 service locations, employing more than 430 experienced professionals throughout Florida and North Carolina.
Patrick’s Heating & Air Conditioning, Duron Smith A/C & Heat and FAST of Florida employees are already enjoying more robust employee benefits and business resources from the merger. According to Mike Stucky, CEO of Southern HVAC, “These highly reputable operations are a natural fit for the Southern HVAC family of home service companies. We see our partnership with each new acquisition as a great opportunity to further expand the high-quality services that our customers have come to expect and enjoy by leveraging our growing resources, and ultimately offering even more efficient and affordable products and services.”
Publication date: 2/7/2018