Highly Profitable Window & Door Replacement Business KS2773-RK: Asking $1,450,000

A top-rated and well-established residential window & door replacement company with an extremely high ratio of repeat and referral customers.

This business serves the mid and upper-end window and door replacement needs of a major Midwest city. Additional services can be added for faster growth at minimal investment.

Installation is performed by seasoned employees of the Company, not subcontractors. This results in jobs done well and happy customers who are proud to refer the Company to friends and family. Customer internet reviews are unanimously 5-star.

Revenue has grown through the years largely through organic word-of-mouth awareness, without needing to spend heavily on advertising.

Commercial HVAC Contractor KS2770-GW: Asking $600,000

This Kansas City metro based Commercial HVAC Contractor has doubled revenue growth year-over-year since the business was started several years ago. They have established a clientele base of general contractors that rely on a commercial heating and cooling contractor with the ability to provide all their commercial HVAC needs. This includes design build, plan and spec, remodel projects, HVAC repair, and preventative maintenance service contracts. They focus on building long-lasting relationships with clients and there is a huge opportunity to build more relationships and increase future growth in the commercial HVAC market.

There have been typically 4 to 6 employees at any given time. The number of employees fluctuates due to the work demand. The owner has been responsible for estimating and project managing. The field employees work full-time and are hired through Indeed and word of mouth. There is typically a field lead(s) and a service technician. The asking price includes inventory (approximately $24,000) and vehicles (over $41,000).

Owner has begun preparing an exit strategy. The transition should be a smooth one.

Crane & Hoist Company in NE Oklahoma KS2763-MF: Asking $2,800,000

This crane and hoist company was established 15 years ago to take advantage of the dynamic growth opportunity happening in Tulsa, Oklahoma (known as the “oil capital of the world”) and surrounding areas. With Tulsa anchored by the ongoing expansion of the Port of Catoosa, this business was well positioned to take advantage of the growing need for crane and hoist inspections, certifications and repair for the expanding number of existing companies and those moving to the Tulsa area, many of which are Fortune 500 companies. There are new projects developing to expand the port and canals to allow the largest barges to make their way to and from the Mississippi to the Gulf Coast and beyond.

Employees include 10 professional technicians with over 81 years combined experience to service all customer needs. New techs are trained by the senior techs. Management and key employees are in place to help facilitate a smooth transition and continued success. The current owner would provide substantial training and insight.

Residential HVAC Company KS2762-PT: Asking $4,200,000

This family-owned HVAC Company in the Midwest has operated since 1993 in a prosperous area that is ranked among the fastest growing in the US. The award-winning service team consists of 30 employees – 18 of whom have tenure with the company exceeding 4 years. Even during the great recession, new housing starts were strong in this geographic area. Long-standing relationships with local builders account for 38% of the company’s revenues. System replacements account for 48% of revenues with service making up the balance.

The company has always been dedicated to serving customers with quality, integrity and fairness. It has received industry recognition awards year in and year out, earned an A+ accredited rating with the Better Business Bureau, and enjoys exceptional reviews on Angie’s List.

A robust advertising campaign, including an award-winning graphics program featuring bold vehicle wraps and technician uniforms has insured wide-spread customer recognition.

The husband & wife team have already begun to pull away from daily operations, preparing for their retirement. The transition should be a smooth one with tenured staff in place to assume much of the operational duties.