Aschinger has the caring, personal culture of a family-owned business, with an important difference: accountability and performance are paramount.
“Most family businesses don’t survive to the third generation and we’re in the fourth generation,” our president Emily Martin said. “A lot of that is attributable to the fact that We have always operated as a business where we happen to work with family members, as opposed to a ‘family business’.”
“We want to have a lifetime partnership with our customers. We’re very good at the design and ground up construction, but we don’t want the relationship to end there. Our goal is to continue to service and provide for that customer throughout the life of that building and the life of their business.”
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“When Aschinger showed us the dollars and cents it was a no brainer. We went from 25-year-old fixtures to state of the art, and saved money in the process.”
“We were quite pleased with Aschinger. Our previous infrascan company wasn’t nearly as thorough.”
“Our project was never typical, could become unsafe at any time, was always sensitive to production and yet from the beginning your team has always looked after our best interest. Mike House and Scott Strumpler did an exceptional job!”
“We just wanted to express our sincere thanks to Aschinger Electric for the outstanding service we received from the electricians and employees of your company.”
“I would like to offer my sincere thanks and appreciation to Aschinger for a great job. Everyone involved was knowledgeable and professional. This was a monumental achievement for both Duke and Aschinger and we should be proud of the results.”
“I just received a phone call from Brian Sword at Gander Mountain to tell me how happy he is with the Fenton install. Please let Aschinger know that we appreciate their efforts. Nothing better than getting this type of call, especially with the eyes on this one. This is a team effort from design, engineering and implementation to make this happen.”