How Aloha Construction Helps Homeowners In Illinois And Wisconsin

In the state of Illinois there is a family-owned and operated business in the construction industry called Aloha Construction, Inc. They offer their services throughout the entire state as well as southern Wisconsin. Their main office is in Lake Zurich and they have another office they opened a few years ago in Bloomington. The new location has been very successful and now both of them do about the same number of projects each year.

The president and chief executive officer of this company is David A. Farbaky. He says that he and his staff were really excited to have done 7000 projects by 2013. Just four years later they have now completed more than 20,000 projects. They get good word of mouth from the homeowners they do their work for, getting the jobs done correctly and on time.

There are four key areas that Aloha Construction is involved in when it comes to homes. They do roofs, gutters, siding, and windows. They can both perform repairs and do complete replacements. They are a general contractor and it is their own employees that perform all of the work. The part of the year they are busiest is during the storm season when many people experience damage to their homes due to the punishing wind and rain that Illinois and Wisconsin are known for.

When doing roof work the team at Aloha Construction uses experienced roofers. They carefully replace damaged shingles and flashing while also making sure that the home’s attic is properly ventilated. They are also very experienced with all forms of gutter systems. When it comes to siding they have experience working with all of the materials that are used such as stucco, wood, brick, vinyl, and so on.

Recently Aloha Construction has expanded what they offer to include remodeling projects. They hired several people who have years of experience doing home remodeling projects for homeowners. Whether it’s the basement, kitchen, bath, or another area of the home they can modernize the room so that it looks and feels better, and Aloha on Facebook.