Recent Community Posts

Supporting our Local Rugby Team

5/3/2022 (Permalink)

The Rhinos The Laei Rhinos

On the Island of Oahu Hawaii there is a large mix of Islanders from Various Polynesians Islands. From the Islands of, Tonga, Tahiti, and Samoa. SERVPRO of Kailua over the years has recruited within these communities including the BYU campus in La’ie HI for hard dedicated workers for its mitigation team. Laie is a laid-back coastal area known for luau feasts at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Hukilau Beach Park has calm waters for summer swimming (May–October), while the big waves of La’ie Beach Park, or Pounders Beach, draw surfers all year round. Inland, the Laie Falls Trail leads to a waterfall, and the grand Laie Hawaii Temple sits on manicured grounds. Shrimp trucks line the roadside in nearby Kahuku. Several of our employees are also on the Storm Team which travels all over the US for emergency storm damage. Recently some of our employees joined the local Hawaiian Pacific Islanders Rugby Organization as the La’ie Rhinos.

Waimea Valley Park Restoration

3/14/2022 (Permalink)

Waimea Valley Some of our Team in the Waimea Valley park

Recently some of our team members dedicated a Saturday at the Waimea Valley Park teaming with United Way and IAIP to do some weed pulling and remove invasive plant species that harm wildlife. There were over 50 people volunteering in this beautiful valley.