Like many children before us, we were begrudgingly forced into manual labor every weekend and summer. The worst part was that it was always free for a neighbor or relative. Although we may not have been willing at the time, our father taught us a strong work ethic and the value of building lasting relationships. We couldn't be more proud of our strong family roots in the mid-Michigan area.
For the past 15 years, we have worked professionally in the construction industry—both swinging a hammer on the job site and working in the office. Although we brothers work together (trying hard not to kill each other!) on all jobs, we each specialize in different types of construction. Overall, our skills complement each other very well.
Aaron Tobias (the taller, more intelligent, and more attractive of the two brothers) specializes in new construction. His construction experience ranges from small residential projects to large multi-family commercial projects. Aaron lives in Holt with his wife Noelle, his son Eddie, and his daughter Claire. He enjoys golfing and coaching his kids' basketball, football, and baseball teams.
Daniel Tobias (the one who does all the work, while his giant brother reaps the rewards) specializes in restoring damaged homes. Forged in the fires of hand blistering, back breaking, manual labor, Daniel has emerged with the experience and knowledge of every aspect of the construction, restoration, and renovation of homes. Dan has committed more than half of his life to his field and through Century Construction he's doing what he loves. He's helping hundreds of people each year restore and repair damages to their homes. Dan lives in Dimondale with his wife Mandi, his daughter Izabel, and his son Jude. Dan is an avid reader, loves golf, hunting, fishing, and fake mustaches.