Homewood Holdings Acquires Total Trim Construction Inc.

August 6th, 2019 by Brigid O'Leary

Investment firm Building Industry Partners LLC’s portfolio company Homewood Holdings LLC has acquired Total Trim Construction, Inc. from its owners, Jason and Patti Flashman. Total Trim offers interior trim, moulding, and door installation services to multi-family builders, as well as to commercial and hospitality developers and contractors.

“Patti and I have known and admired the Homewood team for a long time, and we believe the Homewood Holdings platform will provide even greater opportunities for our employees and allow Total Trim to accelerate its growth in the Sacramento market and beyond,” said Jason Flashman of Total Trim.

The Flashmans founded Total Trim in 2004, and the company has grown into a leading independent full-service door and millwork installer in the greater Sacramento market. Total Trim joins Homewood Holdings’ other investment in the greater Sacramento market, Homewood Building Supply, a lumber and building materials “pro dealer” in Loomis and Yuba. Total Trim’s addition to the team improves the ability of both businesses to collectively serve the turnkey millwork needs of greater Sacramento single-family, multi-family, and commercial builders.

“Homewood Building Supply has worked closely with Total Trim for over a decade, serving many of the same residential and commercial builder customers as a complementary service partner. Total Trim has a very strong reputation in the Sacramento market, and we think Homewood’s support, combined with Jason and Patti’s expertise, will allow us to better serve our customers,” said Erich Kepner, CFO of Homewood Holdings.

“We’re very excited to welcome Jason and the Total Trim team to the Homewood family, and we look forward to providing an even greater breadth of turnkey services to our door and millwork customers throughout northern California,” added Ron Horton, door division manager of Homewood Building Supply.

Homewood Holdings is actively seeking to partner with, and/or acquire, independent pro dealer, component manufacturer, and service provider organizations throughout the Western portion of the United States.

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