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ARS expands in the greater Atlanta area by acquiring Allgood Plumbing, Electric, Heating & Cooling

For over 21 years, Allgood operated as a family-owned business in the greater Atlanta area ARS operates a network of 65 company-owned, locally-managed service locations spanning 22 states

MEMPHIS, TN — American Residential Services (ARS), a Memphis, Tenn. based, privately-held national provider of air conditioning, heating and plumbing services, has acquired the assets of Allgood Plumbing, Electric, Heating & Cooling in Snellville, GA.  

For over 21 years, Allgood operated as a family-owned business in the greater Atlanta area, led by Melvin Music who said, “ARS shares our core value of delivering exceptional customer service. We are thrilled to be joining the ARS / Rescue Rooter Network and are looking forward to the opportunities for growth and serving even more customers in the greater Atlanta area.”

“It is our privilege to partner with Allgood’s talented management team and dedicated employees. Allgood’s reputation in the marketplace is exceptional and is a perfect fit with ARS’ vision of delivering a best-in-class customer experience,” said Dave Slott, President and Chief Operating Officer of ARS.

Don Karnes, Chief Executive Officer of ARS added “We are very pleased to have Allgood join our family. With this acquisition, ARS expands its presence in Atlanta, which includes our ARS/Universal HVAC operations and our Rescue Rooter plumbing operations.”

ARS operates a network of 65 company-owned, locally-managed service locations spanning 22 states, with approximately 5,500 employees. The ARS / Rescue Rooter Network serves both residential and light commercial customers by providing heating, cooling, indoor air quality, plumbing, drain cleaning, sewer line, radiant barrier, insulation and ventilation services. Each location has a knowledgeable team of trained specialists, each of whom have undergone rigorous drug testing and criminal background checks.

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