Hiller Expands in Chattanooga Through Acquisition Of America’s Plumbing And Sewer

Wednesday, December 1, 2021
From left, Roger Milner, America’s Plumbing & Sewer, and Jimmy Hiller, Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical
From left, Roger Milner, America’s Plumbing & Sewer, and Jimmy Hiller, Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical

Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical, Tennessee’s largest provider of residential and commercial plumbing, HVAC, and electrical service and repair, announces the acquisition of America’s Plumbing & Sewer, formerly operating as a Rooter-man franchisee in Chattanooga. This addition, preceded by the purchase of Chattanooga Heating & Air, will allow Hiller to broaden its service area and better serve the community, said officials.    

In October, Hiller launched the newest of its 14 locations in Chattanooga. With this expansion, Hiller’s coverage area includes the entire state of Tennessee and operations in its fourth state, Georgia. While new to the local Chattanooga area, Hiller has provided over 30 years of plumbing, HVAC, and electrical service to neighboring communities. This new location opened at 7339 Lee Hwy. last month.

This experience, paired with Hiller’s longevity and reputation for professionalism, expert technical knowledge, and caring for others, was the impetus behind America’s Plumbing & Sewer joining the organization, said officials. For Roger Milner, APS’s owner, the primary concern was the future care of his loyal customers.

Mr. Milner, who will be joining the Hiller team as Chattanooga’s plumbing manager, said, “This community has shown our business so much support over the years, so ensuring that our clients are well taken care of moving forward is extremely important to me. I decided to join Hiller’s organization because they truly care about those that they serve and provide a world-class customer experience. I am so excited to be joining the Hiller family and look forward to continuing to serve this great community with them.”

In addition to carrying forward his mission to provide superior plumbing service and repairs, Hiller will deliver heating, cooling, and electrical offerings to these clients.  

“We are so thankful for the opportunity to expand our operations in Chattanooga,” said Jimmy Hiller, founder and chief executive officer at Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Electrical. “America’s Plumbing & Sewer has established a reputation for treating customers well and providing an exceptional standard of service. It is an honor to carry their mission forward and welcome these clients to our Happy Hiller family.”

Jake Self, Hiller’s Chattanooga general manager, echoes these sentiments. “We are so proud to be a part of this vibrant community and have loved serving our neighbors here in Chattanooga so far. We look forward to continuing to help and serve you in the months and years to come.”  


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