Hardware Resources and Top Knobs acquired by investment group
DALLAS - The Jordan Company has sold Dimora Brands, the Dallas-based company formed from the 2010 merger of Top Knobs and Hardware Resources, to Clearlake Capital Group. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Dimora Brands designs and manufacturers high-end cabinet hardware, doors, drawers, fixtures and home accessories. The company delivers more than 29,000 products across the U.S.
"We believe that Clearlake's deep experience in building products distribution and operational insights will advance our company into its next chapter of continued success," said Greg Gottlieb, CEO, Dimora Brands.
"We are thrilled to back Dimora Brands and leverage our significant experience investing in building products," said José E. Feliciano, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, and Colin Leonard, Partner, Clearlake. "We are confident that (Dimora) is well-positioned to capitalize on the strong momentum in home improvement spend and remodeling activity."
Hardware Resources manufacturers decorative cabinet hardware, decorative carved wood products, doors and drawers, functional cabinet hardware, kitchen islands, bath vanities, organizers, and lighting in Bossier City, Louisiana. 
Its expanded portfolio includes Jeffrey Alexander and Elements brands of cabinet knobs and pulls, bath hardware, vanities and mirrors, along with functional cabinet hardware, kitchen and closet organizers, custom-made mitered doors and dovetail drawer boxes, along with other products.

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