D & D Carpentry sold


KATE HOLZMANN (second from left) and Tyler Holschbach (second from right) have purchased D&D Carpentry from founders Doug and Dave Daun. The long-time employees of D&D have pledged “business as usual” for the full-service construction company. - Submitted photo KATE HOLZMANN (second from left) and Tyler Holschbach (second from right) have purchased D&D Carpentry from founders Doug and Dave Daun. The long-time employees of D&D have pledged “business as usual” for the full-service construction company. - Submitted photo GLENBEULAH - Kate Holzmann and Tyler Holschbach are the new owners of D&D Carpentry. They recently bought the company, founded by Doug and Dan Daun in 1982, after working for D&D for 15 years.

“We want to let the public know that even though there has been a change of ownership, it’s still business as usual at D&D,” Holzman and Holschbach said. “The 10 talented masons and carpenters, known for exceptional craftsmanship, will all be staying on. Some of our employees have been with us for more than 25 years.”

The Dauns will continue to work at D&D for at least a year to help through the transition.

Holschbach, a lead carpenter, will manage and expedite projects, while Holzmann will manage the office and work closely with customers on their projects. The Dauns will continue their role bidding and manag- ing projects.

“Doug and Dan built a strong reputation and we plan to continue with it,” the new owners said. “(They) have been excellent mentors and have been great role models.”

The company, with the formal name H2 Enterprises LLC dba D&D Carpentry, offers full service residential and light commercial construction.

“We pride ourselves on being a custom builder. No two projects are ever the same. We remodel and build additions as well as new homes,” the new owners said.

“As the housing economy improves we anticipate our company growing. We will be adding carpenters and masons to our staff as needed. We will stay up to date on housing trends and continue to add unique features to our projects,” they concluded.


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