About The Aluminum Company of North Carolina

Aluminum Company of NCThe American dream was alive and well in 1961. That was the year that Melvin Monsein followed his dream and founded a small home improvement company. Determined and enthusiastic, he soon discovered that, while his commitment to excellence separated him from competitors, only time would allow him to establish his reputation.

Melvin's hard work prevailed. Incorporated in 1963, The Aluminum Company of North Carolina was already developing a sterling reputation. Homeowners searching for a sense of security were relieved to find a long list of assured customers who experienced the dedication, expertise and follow-up from this young Raleigh-Durham company.

Click here to see an article in The Business Journal about our customer commitment.

Our Commitment to Quality

The ideals of excellence were passed from the father to his son Jeff. After college at East Carolina University, Jeff Monsein was working alongside his father, discovering for himself that the company's success was evidence of that original commitment to quality.

A Tradition Lives On

In 1984, Melvin Monsein retired. Jeff accepted the challenge to carry on the reputation of The Aluminum Company of North Carolina: "Give the people a good quality product and service...even after the job is finished."

Visit The Aluminum Company of North Carolina today! Our remodeling showroom is located at 1335 Hamlin Road in Durham, NC. Click for directions to The Aluminum Company of North Carolina.

Meet the Aluminum Company Staff

Jeff Monsein — Owner/Sales
1-800-672-4348, ext. 12
Mobile: 919-612-1789
Nextel: 150*8*1

Meet the rest of our helpful and experienced staff.

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The Aluminum Company of North Carolina is proud to provide home improvement in the following areas: Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary, Morrisville, Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Wake Forest, Wilson, Zebulon, Rocky Mount, Henderson, Mebane, Efland, Burlington, Greensboro and Wilmington.