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Stately Doors & Windows Acquires Reilly Architectural

Stately Doors & Windows announced the acquisition of Reilly Architectural, part of Pella Corp.’s Luxury Division. As a result of the acquisition, Stately will have $100 million in annual revenue with employees spread across nine locations in six states. Stately, under the leadership of its founders, Executive Chairman Jude David and CEO Erik Billet, provides custom luxury wood, steel and iron doors and windows.

“We’re in an industry where ultra-luxury customers have had nowhere to turn for a complete solution. We recognized the most discerning customers needed a single brand and complete product line that allowed them to fulfill their vision without compromise. Stately’s mission is to provide that uncompromising, end-to-end solution,” says David. “We built Stately from the ground up to provide a turnkey, luxury experience, partnering with builders, architects and designers to turn their dream aesthetic into reality.”

This is the eighth acquisition Stately has completed in four years. Stately previously focused their expansion efforts from coast to coast across the South, and this acquisition expands the network up and down the East Coast. Reilly employees and leadership will remain at their 125,000-square-foot location in Calverton, New York, and will remain under the direction of the management team who has served the company for decades.

Company details

Stately and Reilly share a common mission: providing turnkey consultative design, manufacturing, delivery, installation and white glove service to ultra-luxury residential and hospitality clients anywhere in the U.S. Established in 1981, Reilly Architectural specializes in custom hardwood and steel doors and windows. The company, which was purchased by Pella in 2016, serves homes primarily in the Hamptons, Manhattan and Florida. 

What the companies say

“The collaboration between Reilly Architectural and Stately Doors & Windows marks a significant milestone in the high-end luxury door and window market, and promises to enhance the customer experience by offering unparalleled quality products and services. This partnership is built on a shared foundation of core values and a commitment to excellence, which secures the future of Michael Reilly's vision and ensures his legacy thrives and evolves,” says Benjamin Edwards, president, Reilly Architectural.

“We are committed to a culture of placing employees first, allowing upward mobility and opportunities for career growth, and we are excited to bring the entire Reilly team into the Stately family,” says Billet.

“We see opportunity everywhere in the ultra-luxury market, because we have scaled to a size and skill set that allows us to provide something unique to our customers,” adds David. “This acquisition has the feel of a merger of equals. We want to honor what the Reilly team has built so we can grow together and find new ways to raise the bar time and time again.”