Oliver Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, and Electrical announced the acquisition of Polar Bear Mechanical Services, based in Cape May Court House, NJ on Friday, November 23rd. This acquisition represents the merger of two providers with a combined 83 years of service, and an expansion of Oliver services into southern New Jersey.
Polar Bear Mechanical Services, established by Joe Cicero in 1970, will retain its field and office staff and its current location in Cape May Court House. Cicero will remain at the helm of this operation as General Manager for Polar Bear Services. He assures Polar Bear customers that they will receive the same high-quality service that Polar Bear has provided for the past 42 years, with the additional benefits of becoming associated with the larger Oliver company. “We’re all very excited here at Polar Bear to begin this partnership with Oliver,” says Cicero. “Our customers can expect to receive the same great service from our Polar Bear team that we have always provided, and we are excited about the new opportunities we can bring to this area through our partnership with Oliver.”
Rocco Pace, President of Oliver, echoed Cicero’s excitement about the new opportunities presented through this acquisition. “Joe and his staff are highly regarded by their customers, and we are looking forward to continuing those relationships. We hope that the support the Oliver team can provide will strengthen the Polar Bear brand in South Jersey and we are excited to begin this new chapter with Joe and his team. In addition, many of our current Oliver customers have asked us over the years to provide service to their homes at the shore, and we are delighted to now be able to accommodate these requests through our new relationship with Polar Bear Mechanical.”
Polar Bear Mechanical Services provides residential and commercial heating and cooling services from Cape May through Atlantic City in southern New Jersey. They enjoy an excellent reputation as a high quality contractor.
Oliver furnishes, installs, and services most types of heating, air conditioning, plumbing, and electrical systems in the residential, commercial, and industrial markets throughout Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties in Pennsylvania; New Castle County in Delaware; and Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem Counties in New Jersey.