WestShore Buys Maryland-based Herl’s

It is WestShore's 6th Acquisition, Expanding Footprint To Maryland

authors QR Staff | March 15, 2021

West Shore Home, announced that it completed its acquisition of the Maryland-based home remodeling company, Herl’s Bath and Home Solutions Inc.

In 2020, Herl’s had revenue of approximately $30 million, said WestShore CEO and founder BJ Werzyn. Under WestShore, they expect to grow the business to approximately $75 million, he added.

This is West Shore Home’s sixth acquisition in the past two years. The company also currently operates offices in Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Indiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Texas across over 20 operational locations.

Through this acquisition, West Shore Home expands its ranking as the largest bathroom remodeler in the nation and continues to develop its standing as America’s most admired home improvement brand. In 2020, West Shore ranked No. 7 on the Qualified Remodeler Top 500 list. In 2019, the company completed 23,000 jobs on $222 million in revenue. In response to a survey in mid-2020, the company said it expect to hit $366 million in revenue for the year based on both acquisitions as well as organic growth.

“For years, we have had a great working relationship with Herl’s Bath and Home Solutions. Adding their incredible staff to our team provides us a dynamic entrance into both the Baltimore and Delmarva markets,” said Werzyn. “We are excited to continue bringing efficient, reliable, and convenient home remodeling solutions to the people of Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia.”

Having now completed a half-dozen acquisitions, West Shore Home says it is focused on changing perceptions in the industry that integrations are difficult and time consuming.

“Our focus is on making this a smooth, comfortable process for the seller. We believe we can add tremendous value to their operation and bring fresh, exciting opportunities to their employees. That belief drives our goal of producing a win-win solution for both parties,” said Andrea Hayden, who directs mergers and acquisitions for West Shore Home. QR

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