Congratulations to James Hirayama and The Nobu Yamauchi RBI Baseball Boys Sr. Team for winning the Major League Baseball World Series 2017.
Read more about their victory
We get plenty of sunshine in Hawaii, plenty of relaxation. We want you to feel that sunshine and relaxation inside as well as outdoors.
Dimmer switches in the bathroom are a great way to lighten up when you want that cheery sunshine mood or dim down for peaceful and meditative times of the day. Put them in the kitchen, your bedroom, and the dining hall. They are great in hallways too, especially for a low-light evening effect.
Hirayma Brothers Electric proudly serves the Hilo area and residents with Hawaiian feel and the aloha spirit. Hang loose!
With father's day coming up it's important to start thinking about who you want to celebrate and honor. There are several events coming up, like the Annual Hilo Brewfest or one of the many King Kamehameha celebrations where you can spend your father's day.
Whether it's a standby power system for a large data center, a backup generator powering the family home through an outage, portable generators powering tools at the job site, or the cleaning power of a pressure washer, Generac meets the power needs of consumers and businesses alike. Across the country and around the world.
As our name suggests, Big Ass Fans isn’t your traditional business. While the quirky name understandably garners a lot of attention, it’s the serious work behind the scenes that drives our continued success in industrial, commercial and residential spaces.
Headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, we design, engineer and manufacture overhead and directional fans that range in size from 18 inches to 24 feet (45.7cm to 7.4m) in diameter. Unlike typical fans, Big Ass Fans couple energy-efficient motors with patented airfoil designs, inspired by airplane wings, to move large volumes of air quietly and efficiently.
"At first I was skeptical about an attic fan. I hadn't heard much about them but I sure have benefited since buying one. After doing some research, I learned that my attic can reach up to 150 degrees in the summer, and the extra heat can seep down into my house. This added heat makes it harder to cool my house in the hottest months, which is most of the year because I live in Hawaii. There are other problems too, in the winter mold can form in the attic due to the extra moisture in the air that gets trapped and, as everyone knows, mold and houses do not go together. Their attic fan stood out to me because it uses solar energy. I try to reduce my carbon footprint whenever I can and the attic fan just makes sense because it also saves me tons of money. The cost of the fan and its installation were more than a fan using electricity, but after a few years of using my solar attic fan, I have saved an unbelievable amount on the cooling/heating bill for my house. It has been two years since I bought my fan and I recommend it to anyone wanting to save money without doing any work."
Hirayama Brothers Electric embraces the traditional Hawaiian values of family and community support. We are proud of our Ohana!
Burns, Justin (Journeyman Electrician)
Carvalho, Russel (Journeyman Electrician)
Imamura, Paul (Retired DAGS worker working part-time)
Martines, Nolan Jr.
Okinaka, Ivan (Journeyman Electrician)
Orcino, Gerald (Journeyman Electrician)
Garo-Texeira, Leimamo (Office Assistant)
Hirayama, Melva (Dad/President)
Hirayama, Katherine (Mom/Secretary & Treasurer)
Hirayama, James (Son/Vice President)
Hirayama, Emily (James' Wife)
Hirayama, Jamieson (James' Son)
Hirayama, Mel-Brian (Son)
Hirayama, Pua (Daughter-Inlaw/Office Manager)