GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Heartland Home Services, an HVAC, plumbing, and electrical home services company, announced that it has acquired Deljo Heating and Cooling, a provider of HVAC services in the Chicagoland area for the past 100 years. The addition of Deljo significantly strengthens Heartland's presence in Illinois and bolsters the company's service offerings in Chicago's North Shore market.

Deljo specializes in residential HVAC services, solutions, and products from technicians. The company offers 24-hour services, same-day repairs, and an upfront pricing guarantee. Utilizing the "Shared Strength" resources of the acquisition, Deljo will have access to Heartland's technology suite, which will help accelerate growth in months and years to come. 

"We are excited to partner with Heartland and help expand its presence as a premier technology-enabled HVAC, plumbing, and electrical home services provider," said Bill Clement, president of Deljo. "As we benefit from mutual long histories in the field, this partnership will bring company growth and advancement opportunities for our employees, while also allowing us to continue providing best-in-class service to our customers throughout the North Shore of Chicago."

"The Deljo team and leadership give us a solid platform to expand in the Illinois market. We welcome them to the Heartland family of equally fantastic brands. Our expectations are high for the future!" added Heartland CEO Bill Viveen. 

Deljo's leaders, Bill and Bob Clement, Luke Weiden, along with their talented management team and highly skilled technicians will stay on, and the business will continue to operate as normal with additional resources from Heartland.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.