Family-Owned Sign Shop KS2916-AC: Asking $650,038

This family-owned sign shop provides signage needs for businesses and individuals. All their offerings – banners, yard signs, vehicle decals and lettering, magnets, apparel, and anything that can be printed on – are custom. They have carved a niche in a flooded market by offering custom work with incredibly high-quality craftsmanship.

The owner has worked in the business for many years and is ready to try his hand at a different industry. He is leaving the next owner fully stocked in terms of inventory and a customer base. They are the go-to sign maker for several large companies in the Kansas City Metro. Their high-quality work has garnered national attention and been featured on television shows and several news pieces.

While there is plenty of business in the pipeline, the areas a sign company can operate are as vast as the owner would like to take it. It can be incredibly niched, or it could do it all. There are several different expansion possibilities for a new owner to explore and be mindful.

They have experienced tremendous growth the past five years and are positioned to continue that trend.

Specialized Electrical & Low Voltage Services KS2911-JK: Entertaining Offers

This Midwest business is one of the largest electric and security automation subcontractors in the region, boasting millions in secured work, $10+ million in sales, and a diverse client base comprised of schools, airports, casinos, corporate headquarters, distribution centers, municipalities, manufacturers, and venues! 65% of their revenue is new installs in existing buildings – which turn into maintenance revenue, which accounts for 35% of sales. With over 50 current employees, the owner of this business is willing to remain part of the team for an extended period after the sale.

These specialty contractors focus on specialized electrical and low voltage work including automation, security, infrastructure, and industrial projects. Seven of the over fifty employees focus on administrative tasks, while the rest are union employees who work on-site. The well-rounded crews include project managers as well as supervising managers. The owners currently focus on estimations, project management and business oversight and are not in the field. Projects often include large-scale security system installation, industrial machine installation and maintenance, complete electrical installation, data center electrical work, and the installation of building automation with related controls. They focus on data/security and automation.

Could be attractive to a financial or strategic buyer. Seller is entertaining offers.

Document Shredding & Imaging Business KS2878-DS: Asking $495,000

This northwest Missouri B2B document shredding & imaging business has been in operation for over 30 years. This is a simple, turn-key operation with long term, dedicated employees. The owner is ready to retire and motivated to sell! The operation generates amazing residual income providing shredding services to over 250+ customers on a monthly basis.

The company has 5 employees and many have been with the business for over 10+ years. The business has enjoyed increasing revenue growth even during COVID. Plus, there are significant opportunities to grow the operation.

The owner prefers to sell the real estate with the business and is asking $550k for the 18,000 square foot building. Additional leasing revenue can be generated by adding tenants to the property. A real estate appraisal is available for buyer review. The annual $179k cash flow is net debt service for the building. The business and real estate have been pre-approved for a 20 year SBA financing note for a buyer with a down payment of $140k+ that meets lender criteria.

Commercial HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical Service Company KS2876-GW: Asking $1,137,000

This is an opportunity to purchase a commercial HVAC, plumbing, refrigeration and electrical service company that serves the Kansas City Metro area. They are primarily focused on providing preventative and ongoing maintenance, equipment service, and small project completion.

The company has years of relationships with local commercial businesses and the unions. A team of tenured managers, well-trained technicians, and solid systems, processes and polices are in place which will allow for an easy transition to a new owner.

Sales and cash flow numbers are a two year average.

Owner plans to lease the building to the new buyers but may consider selling.

Waste Collection Company KS2869-JC: Asking $4,500,000

After almost 30 years of business in the Kansas City metro, the owner is ready to retire. This trucking/waste collection company brings a consistent record of revenue growth and adjusted earnings in excess of $700,000 in 2019 and 2020.

A new owner could qualify for diversity set aside contracts under WBE (Woman Business Enterprise), DBE (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise) and/or SLBE (Small Local Business enterprise) programs and not impact the status of current contracts.

Expansion opportunities exist through additional subcontract clients and increased efficiencies with current equipment and staff. Management and staff in place to operate the business with little additional supervision. Sellers prefer to lease the facility to the new owner.