About Us :: Community Involvement
We see the remodeling industry as being in a unique position to affect the communities in which we live and work. We support many local businesses and organizations and consider volunteering a fun way to make good things happen. The Irons Brothers Construction staff has even given themselves a special title: Team Pros.
You’ll find Team Pros involved in regular outreach efforts like the Master Builders Care Foundation’s annual Rampathon event, volunteers building wheel chair ramps for people in need. Our team also sponsors and participates in Seattle’s AIDS Walk, donates to the Greater Seattle Business Association's (GSBA) scholarship fund and consistently donates supplies, materials and labor to several other charitable organizations including local school events and little league teams.Joseph Irons served as co-chair of the Rampathon committee and helped coordinate the teams to build a record number of ramps. Irons Brothers Construction knows that when we work on volunteer projects, we receive a reward and so does the community. We believe by giving back to the community we are partnering for our future.
View a two-minute video from Rampathon 2009
Your level of professionalism is outstanding. Irons Brother Construction is honest, prompt, professional and incredible to deal with. What more could you ask for in a business? They are also involved and committed to the community they live and work in. Their annual involvement in charities is proof of their caring and concern. -- N. Slater, Seavest Property Management, Seattle
Thanks for the credit. It’s a nice surprise to get money back. I’m happy with the door and look forward to many years of its use. It’s also nice to see your name everywhere for good works with the community. -- J. Braden, Maple Leaf neighborhood, Seattle
Joseph, you are awesome – putting your support, personal work and integrity always to the service of the community. -- B. Grant, MGS Consulting Services Mt. Baker neighborhood, Seattle