Kodiak Building Partners announced the acquisition of Diamond Home Improvement (DHI), a family-operated home improvement retailer headquartered in southern Oregon. DHI operations locations in Klamath Falls, Ore., and Grants Pass, Ore.
Kodiak said the acquisition of DHI will expand its market reach in the Northwest providing building materials and lumber, doors and windows, molding and millwork, and tools to the market through “a strong ecosystem of partners and vendors” to the surrounding area.
“Tim Steiner built a 22-year track record of success by combining deep industry expertise, longstanding client relationships, and solutions that address local needs,” Steve Swinney, CEO of Kodiak, said in a prepared statement. “This acquisition strengthens our ability to serve the Pacific Northwest and increases our capabilities in the southern Oregon area and aligns us with one the region’s most highly regarded home improvement companies.”
Kelly Fox, senior vice president of general lumber at Kodiak, said Tim Steiner “built the best team and an industry legacy through DHI, and we will continue to support that legacy with local autonomy, customer focus, and innovation in the building material space.
Tim Steiner started DHI in 2000 with his brother Jay with “the vision of providing high-quality service and great prices to Oregon’s building community. Tim passed away on October 16, 2022, and will be succeeded by John Steiner as president of DHI.
“My uncle founded the company as a customer-first operation, and joining Kodiak gives us more resources that we can use to better serve the business and people that count on us.,” said John Steiner, general manager of DHI. “It was his vision of DHI as a premium service for the home improvement industry that set the foundation for what this company has become today. My team and I are committed to embodying his drive for success, generosity, and passion through the future of Diamond Home Improvement.”
Highlands Ranch, Co.-based Kodiak Building Partners operates over 100 locations across Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.