Posted April 9, 2024

Trimco Millwork Rebrands as Woodgrain, Joins Woodgrain’s Distribution Division

Woodgrain is one of the leading millwork and building products operations in the world.

In December of 2023, Woodgrain acquired Trimco Millwork and effective today Trimco Millwork will be known as Woodgrain, with legacy Trimco locations joining Woodgrain’s Distribution Division.

“Since the acquisition of Trimco, our combined teams have been hard at work building a stronger future,” said Todd Dame, President of Woodgrain’s Distribution Division. “We have been identifying the best of both companies, standardizing business processes, investing in equipment, and collaborating to deliver more value to our customers. We are excited to go to market as one company and continue Woodgrain’s growth.”

Dick Nish, General Manager of the Boise, ID location added, “We are happy to be part of the Woodgrain family, and the opportunities it brings our employees and customers. We are excited about expanding our product offering leveraging Woodgrain’s manufacturing expertise and supplier relationships and have already introduced a complete line of Woodgrain Molded & Flush Doors.”

With legacy Trimco locations in Boise, Denver, and Salt Lake City, customers can expect a continued commitment to offering doors, millwork and a variety of trusted specialty building materials across the combined locations. Woodgrain will also continue to enhance value-added services, including pre-hanging and pre-finishing doors, supported by Woodgrain’s manufacturing expertise.

Woodgrain is family-owned and one of the leading millwork and building products operations in the world with locations throughout the United States and Chile. With 70 years of quality craftsmanship and service, Woodgrain is a leading producer of moulding, doors, and windows, as well as a premier distributor of specialty building products. Woodgrain, Inc. is headquartered in Fruitland, Idaho with six divisions and over 45 manufacturing and warehouse facilities in the United States and South America. For more information, visit