The Hiller Companies Announces the Purchase of the Ebacher Company Sprinkler Division

The Hiller Companies is excited to announce the purchase of the Sprinkler Division of the Amesbury, Massachusetts-based Ebacher Company, which was welcomed into the Hiller family on October 3, 2017.

“Hiller is fortunate to be experiencing a significant growth period, and we are very pleased to expand our offerings through the knowledge and experience provided by the highly capable and customer-focused employees at the Ebacher Company,” Hiller President Patrick Lynch said. “With Ebacher’s 40 years in the business, Hiller looks forward to being able to expand our services in the fire sprinkler sector by building on the outstanding reputation they have earned in the New England market.”

The Ebacher Company has served residential, commercial, government and school clients. The Sprinkler Division will remain under the Ebacher Fire Protection brand for now and continue to service new and existing customers backed by the strong support and experience of The Hiller Companies.

The acquisition of the Sprinkler Division of Ebacher allows Hiller to expand coverage and provide a broader range of services to all customers. As Hiller plans to maintain all of Ebacher’s management, staff and technicians from the Sprinkler Division, this transition will continue the dependable and professional services their customers have come to expect.

“We couldn’t be happier about our place on the Hiller team,” Kevin Palmer, Fire Sprinkler Systems Manager said. “We believe our sprinkler group will be a great asset to Hiller and, in turn, Hiller will offer our existing customers a strong foundation of experience steeped in almost 100 years in the fire protection industry.”

Hiller New England General Manager Jeffrey Kidd looks forward to working with Ebacher and its existing customers to ensure a seamless transition.

“The Ebacher Company’s sprinkler customers will see a continuation of the high-quality service and protection they have historically experienced,” Kidd said. “They will see the same faces and names and continue the valuable relationships they have built with the management and staff at Ebacher.”