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Zoom Drain New England, a leading drain and sewer operator throughout Maine and the surrounding states, has announced the acquisition of EcoClean, a long-standing drain and sewer expert in the New England region for almost two decades.
Acquiring EcoDrain further strengthens the franchise’s position as a trusted name in the territory, allowing the opportunity for an expanded footprint, while bringing even more industry experience. Zoom Drain New England owners Sam Marcisso and Sam Marcisso III know what the team at EcoClean can bring to this well-established operation.
“Getting Greg [Goan] on board was a big leap for us, technical and skill-wise – what he brings to the table is second to none,” said Sam Marcisso III, general manager. “It wasn’t a takeover – we joined forces. They’re wearing red Zoom Drain uniforms now, but we really just melded the two companies together for the best of both worlds – whatever takes care of the customer best!”
Goan, whose family has been in the industry in the midwest since 1948, has worked as a drain and sewer expert for almost three decades and started EcoClean back in 2004 as one of the only specialized drain and sewer companies in Maine at the time. EcoClean focuses on exciting new technology and new equipment to provide customers with better, more efficient, service.
“We looked at it as the perfect marriage,” Goan said. “It’s extremely exciting to have the support of Sam and Sammy, plus the other office staff we didn’t have before. They’ve done wonders with Zoom Drain’s systems and have grown a really good business and that really attributes to the systems Zoom Drain has in place. I’ve always considered us to be the best in New England and now that we've joined up with Sam and Sammy, I think that’s kind of a no-brainer.”
With the acquisition, Zoom Drain New England welcomes seven employees to the franchise.
“We’re now able to handle more which I think will help us get a nice, strong establishment in southern Maine, but also allow us to start offering services down in the rest of our territory, which includes southern New Hampshire and northeastern Massachusetts,” Marcisso III said.