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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“We’re writing to commend the quality of service provided to Union Avenue Christian Church by two members of your organization. Frank Laks and Adrian Ellis worked together to solve an exterior lighting dilemma that has plagued our facility for many years…(they) took great care of our century-old building, providing a solution that was implemented with professionalism and attention to detail.”
“The experience with Aschinger Electric has been a pleasure with positive results.”
“Aschinger Electric completed the installation of the pole light on the John Carrol Parking Lot for the Mural painting on the exterior wall of McGannon Hall. It looks great, Aschinger Electric did a wonderful job.”
Your foreman was irreplaceable in assisting us prepare for the event in the week preceding it, as well as helpful in setting up generators and other electrical equipment the morning of the event. He worked closely with our own staff electricians, and ensured that the event electricity was provided as safe and aesthetically pleasing as possible.
“Thank you for sending Monte to work on our 5th grade classroom. We appreciate his ingenuity and good sense of humor while he worked at providing safer electric solutions…”
“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.”