Breck finalizes acquisition of Essential Cabinetry Group
Essential Cabinet Group sold to Breck Partners

DALLAS -- Breck Partners LLC has acquired Essential Cabinetry Group, a South Carolina-based manufacturer of custom, semi-custom, and stock-plus cabinetry sold through a network of more than 650 kitchen and bath dealers across the United States.

Through its three market-leading brands, ECG has established a unique platform that offers a full lineup of cabinetry to meet homeowners' needs across the value spectrum, said Brad Brenneman, Breck co-founder, and managing partner.

The sale was initially announced in early December, but details on the deal were not released. According to Dunn & Bradstreet, Essential Cabinetry Holdings Inc. has three major brands, Tedd Wood Fine Cabinetry, Executive Cabinetry, and Designers Choice Cabinetry Group, It has 117 employees across all of its locations, and generates $70.63 million in sales.

"Since forming Breck, our passion and focus has been to partner with high-potential leaders to build enduring, exceptional companies," said Breck. "We are humbled and honored to serve Mark and the terrific team at Essential Cabinetry Group. ECG has tremendous upside by continuing to expand its unique strategy of creating a truly exceptional experience for its customers."

Mark Kovich, CEO of Essential Cabinetry Group, commented, "We are excited to lock arms with the Breck team to further solidify ECG as a best-in-class cabinet manufacturer. The Breck team's experience with companies undergoing strategic transformation will be invaluable as ECG continues to build upon its commitment to provide a truly differentiated and superior customer experience."



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