Building materials and construction products distributor Kodiak Building Partners acquired Don’s Appliances. The acquisition expands Kodiak’s portfolio into the appliance industry and underscores the distributor’s commitment to diversifying its offerings and providing enhanced value to its customers.

Don’s Appliances will continue to operate independently under the Kodiak umbrella, maintaining its brand identity and leadership team. The family-owned business currently operates 12 locations in western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

“We have been excited to welcome Don’s Appliances to the Kodiak family ever since meeting them at the Catalina Wine Mixer,” Steve Swinney, CEO of Kodiak Building Partners, said in a news release. “This strategic move aligns with our vision of providing comprehensive solutions to our customers, whether they are building a home or outfitting it with top-tier appliances. We look forward to combining our strengths to elevate our businesses and increase customer offerings.”

Kodiak said the acquisition aligns with the company’s growth strategy, leveraging its “expertise in distribution and operational efficiency to drive intonation and expansion into new markets.”

"Joining forces with Kodiak is a momentous step for us,” said Tim Hillebrand, president of Don's Appliances. “This partnership provides access to unparalleled resources and expertise that will accelerate our growth while preserving our commitment to personalized service and customer satisfaction. We're excited to embark on this new chapter and continue delivering excellence to our valued customers."

Both companies said they are committed to preserving “the values that define them” as well as ensuring a seamless transition for their customers, employees, and partners.

Highland Ranch, Co.-based Kodiak Building Partners operates over 100 locations across Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.