Johnson Brothers Roots Run Deep

5th Gen Leadership at the Helm

Located in the heart of downtown Idaho Falls, is the little company that could. It’s been well over a century since Johnson Brothers inception as a local residential builder and construction business. Fast forward to today, and J-Bros is a regional force in the western states supplying building materials and custom millwork and casework to sought-after professional contractors and architects. To the public they share a unique one-on-one retail expertise to the public with merchandise stocked for all types of local projects.

Many ask, is Johnson Brothers still family owned? The answer is absolutely. The 5th generation now holds top leadership positions still placing family values, quality, their clientele, employees and the local community’s needs ahead of making a quick buck.

You may recognize the President and Co-Owner of Johnson Brothers, Zac Bodily. From coaching little league to scaling local peaks, Bodily strives for perfection in all of life’s endeavors. Overseeing the operational and production aspect of the company is the perfect focus for his quiet, driven and detail-loving personality.

Zac working in and out of the community.

Vice President of Sales and Co-Owner Chris Sargis says their employees deserve the credit for Johnson Brothers longevity and growth.

“Our employees are knowledgeable and passionate about every project,” Sargis says. “We’re low pressure with our sales process and we are committed to providing high quality product with great customer service at a fair price. It’s been our formula for the past 118 years.”

Both Sargis and Bodily make sure to maintain close relationships with employees, treating them like family members. With an average employment time of over 15 years, JBros employees clearly enjoy the atmosphere of mutual respect and comradery.

If you’re out and about watch for Sargis, who aside from being a vintage car buff and golfer, is deeply involved with the local Exchange Club of Idaho Falls. From providing the US flag to kids on the 4th of July, to donating copious hours of time to the annual Field of Honor Veterans Memorial, he is a visible reminder in the community of the JBros way.

Chris’s passions include supporting community organizations and restoring classic cars.

Like their predecessors, the new leadership duo plans to continue the family tradition of
balancing opportunity with excellence. Whether you’re searching for windows, interior or
exterior doors, or cabinet hardware don’t pass up the chance to visit Johnson Brothers on
Basalt Street in Idaho Falls, and on Cole Road in Boise.

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