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SRS acquires Travis Roofing Supply

Travis operates 21 branches and marks the largest acquisition made by SRS.

BY HBSDealer Staff

SRS Distribution, the roofing and building products distributor, has acquired Travis Roofing Supply.

Travis is an independently owned distributor of residential and commercial roofing products & accessories.

The move is the largest acquisition SRS Distribution has made to date.

Founded in Austin, Texas in 2015, Travis operates a network of 21 branches across the United States, servicing professional contractors, local homebuilders, home improvement contractors, and remodelers.

Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

Led by local teams of industry veterans, Travis has grown rapidly over the last few years, with a footprint spanning from Idaho to Florida.

“Representing the largest number of locations acquired in a single transaction for SRS, this acquisition further solidifies our strengths and broadens our capabilities in key markets. Travis has expanded at a tremendous pace over the past few years and shares the same passion for customers and employees that we do,” said Dan Tinker, president and CEO of SRS Distribution. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to contribute the resources and supplier relationships for their team to be able to unleash their full potential in the coming years.”

Dale Lowe, chairman of Travis, added, “I couldn’t imagine a better outcome for the Travis team than this partnership with SRS. The timing was right for us to align with SRS and leverage the extensive resources they bring to the table. Together the companies will support an enduring commitment to their customers and supplier partners, while continuing to empower the hard-working employees that make it all possible.”

Based in McKinney, Texas SRS operates under 32 brands, including more than 300 locations in 44 states. SRS is a portfolio company of Leonard Green & Partners, L.P. and Berkshire Partners LLC.

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