"How would I summarize what I do? We work on recreational properties in Fulton County, Knox County and Peoria County."
They build water-slides, docks, lakes; you name it. But their latest project is what's really putting them in the spotlight.
"So, what we've built is a floating island with a man-cave on it. I have not done anything this unique ever."
Mike Stafford is the director and co-executive producer of the Herman Brothers' show, All Hooked Up. He and his New York City-based crew have set up shop in Central Illinois documenting their work.
"It's just an interesting story whether they're building something, going to church or fishing together. It's a great thing to watch."
The Herman Brothers hammered out every detail of this more than $100,000 creation.
"Standing on a glass floor. This is pretty neat feature right here."
A two-story, solar-powered, volcano-themed oasis for its new owners if they want to get away.
"Even if it's a volcano that you're looking at here, there's elements of this build that you can watch at home and incorporate some fun things into a project you're doing."
But, this is just the beginning.
"Never in my wildest dreams or imagination could I ever figure we'd be making a TV show."
They say they're excited to share their work and their family, not only with Central Illinois, but with the world.
"We're excited. We're excited about the national exposure."
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