"This centralized location and local staff will give us the opportunity to provide the superior service that is our standard to Chester County and the surrounding area," owner Rick Haller said in a statement.
The Exton location is the company's fifth branch, joining Central Pennsylvania offices in Cumberland, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties. Slated to open in April, it will be used to dispatch local technicians to serve Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties.
Haller serves both residential and commercial clients in the areas of plumbing, heating, cooling, electrical, water-conditioning and home-automation services.
Last year, the company acquired Wired Home Automation Services, a firm based in East Petersburg that sells and services home-automation systems.
Haller finished the year with $44.8 million in companywide revenue, according to Business Journal records.