Baths for the Brave has a team of 10 home improvement companies from across the nation. These like-minded business have come together to make a difference in the life of an individual who sacrificed their life and freedom to protect ours.
Browse through the companies below to learn more about the positive impact they’re making and why they believe in the Baths for the Brave mission. Read the stories of the brave veterans that each company will be helping and how their life will be changed forever.
Alenco provides windows, doors, siding, gutters, attic insulation and bathroom remodels using products that are made in America. The company was founded in 1986. Alenco continues to grow, now serving nearly a half-dozen communities throughout Kansas and Missouri.
Brytons was founded in 1992 by Barry Dyer on the principle that a business can best succeed by eliminating obstacles homeowners normally face during a home remodel. Because employees share in this belief Brytons offers an ultimate guarantee, which means if a customer isn’t 100 percent satisfied.
Fairbanks Construction was founded in 1990 on the idea of creating a better kind of home improvement remodeling company in the Central Florida area. The goal was to be a company that would deliver and exceed customers’ expectations, and that attitude has carried on to this day.
Hullco was founded in 1977 by Bill Hullander. Hullco specializes in American-made products for windows, siding, doors, decks, roofing, sunrooms and bathroom remodels. The company is still family-owned and operated today, a principle that is highly valued at Hullco.
MaxHome was founded in 2003 as an affordable and convenient bathroom remodeling business. Since that time, MaxHome has expanded its services and offices, but has still managed to keep the quality provided at its inception. The mission statement of MaxHome is “Everybody Happy,” and it’s based on the belief that MaxHome can make its customers, employees and vendors happy every day.
Since 1945, NewPro has expanded its home improvement services to several cities in Massachusetts, as well as into New Hampshire and Rhode Island. NewPro is a family owned business passed down from father to son and is currently being run by Nick Cogliani.
Reborn Cabinets provides efficient home improvement products that are made in America. Reborn Cabinets was founded in 1983 by Vinny and Brenda Nardo, and to this day remains a family-owned-and-operated business. That small family feel makes for a healthy work environment built on the principles of respect and securing the ultimate quality for its products.
Tiger Bath Solutions, and its sister company Window Works, provide locally- and American-made home improvement products. The companies were started in 1996 and has quickly become known as one of the top places to work in Illinois, specializing in windows, doors, siding and bathrooms.
Tundraland is the driving force behind the national Baths for the Brave initiative. President and owner of Tundraland, Brian Gottlieb, came up with the idea of helping veterans across the nation with his fellow home improvement companies. Tundraland provides home improvement products, made in America. Tundraland was founded after success in 2009 on the principle that a business can “do well and do good” for its community. Giving back is woven into the culture at Tundraland and is recognized as a top priority by all employees. Because employees share in this belief and because Gottlieb invests deeply in the development of his employees, Tundraland has quickly become known as one of the best places to work in the state of Wisconsin.
West Shore is proud to make American-made home improvement products. West Shore is also dedicated to giving back to the communities it calls home. West Shore runs several events throughout the year and partners with countless other organizations to make sure the company helps those it serves.