Door manufacturing

Multi-family Finish Carpentry Contractor in Desirable Market

North Carolina
    • Asking PriceNot Set
    • Revenue$15,290,092
    • EBITDA$2,535,000
    • Inventory$2,000,000
    • FF&E$346,193
    • REAL ESTATE$3,000,000


Jonah P- Reduced
Jonah Pollone

Business Description

Full-service finish carpentry business serving the multi-family industry. Company fabricates components within their facility and delivers to the job site. Service area extends into several surrounding states, with limited competition in their niche. Current backlog for in-progress and contracted work exceeds $35m.

Opportunity Highlights:
• Dedicated repeat customer base with 20+ year relationships
Sales constrained by capacity, not demand
Consistently maintained equipment
Serves desirable niche end-market
Long-term employees
Excellent opportunity for private equity or strategic acquisition with
immediate growth opportunities – no specific licenses required

Buyers must demonstrate financial capability and industry experience. More
information available upon initial interview and signing of a non-disclosure
agreement. To learn more, contact Rogan Munro-Foulis at MidStreet at


The business must turn away customers because of a lack of capacity – expansion to include additional service locations, hiring additional personnel, and expanding their current facility.


Competition does exist, but the market is very fragmented and the reputation this company has built leads to it being the first choice for most contracts – they have more work offers than they can accept

Support & Training

Included in purchase price, owner is willing to stay on and help transition the business to new ownership.

Reason for Selling

After running the business for numerous years, the owner would like to step back and reduce their involvement.


Completed Transaction: Highland Construction

Kenny Strickland was the leader of much more than just a business. He was the leader of his people, his industry, and his family. For years he considered selling, and finally made the decision to step away from Highland Construction. 
See Their Story