Artisan Design Group acquires distributors of cabinets and countertops
June 5, 2023 | 11:05 am CDT

Kitchen cabinets and countertops from Peachtree Cabinet Distributors 

DALLAS — Artisan Design Group, a portfolio company of The Sterling Group, has acquired Peachtree Cabinet Distributors and GranCo Countertops.

ADG is a leading provider of interior finish products and installation to homebuilders, multi-family developers, and institutional property owners.

Both based in Georgia, Peachtree is a cabinet distributor serving the single-family housing market, and GranCo is a full-service countertop fabricator and installer.

"We look forward to strengthening ADG's presence in the Southeast region through our partnership with Peachtree and GranCo," said Steve Margolius, CEO of Artisan Design Group. "The addition of the Company will enhance our cabinet offering in the Southeast and expand our product capabilities to countertops, allowing us to better serve our customers through bundled services."

ADG is a provider of design, procurement, and installation services for flooring, cabinets and countertops, serving homebuilders, multi-family developers, and institutional property owners.

Headquartered in Dallas, ADG operates more than 172 distribution, design, and service facilities and coordinates installation through over 3,000 personnel across 25 states. ADG was formed in 2016 through the combination of Floors Inc. and Malibu Floors.

ADG has completed fourteen acquisitions under Sterling's ownership over the past four years. The company has completed twenty-two total acquisitions since its founding in 2016. ADG continues to seek local and regional market leaders to add to its family of flooring, cabinets, and countertops specialists.

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