A Better Way To Renovate Your Home: Aloha Construction

Renovating your home can be a fun process, especially if you have the skills to do it yourself. For most people, home renovation isn’t on the menu because these people don’t posses the necessary know-how to complete the project themselves. If you’re residing in Southern Wisconsin or Illinois, then you’re in luck. This luck comes in the form of Aloha Construction as it is one of the top-rated general contractors in the region. This company has great leadership, which comes from its founder Dave Farbaky. On the other hand, Aloha Construction is licensed and bonded, which gives the homeowner peace of mind.

So, what can I expect if I choose this general contractor? This company will start out by giving its customers a free property inspection. This inspection is very thorough, and it will certainly get down to the root of the problem. This is reassurance that your home will get the proper service that’s needed. Aloha Construction offers a wide array of home renovation services such as roof installation, roof repair, kitchen design, waterproofing, door installation, gutter repair, stucco installation, window fascia repair, chimney repair, masonry, bathroom repair and many more. There isn’t anything that this company can’t do because the team of specialists is highly trained. Unlike other general contractors, all of your personal belongs will be protected during this process. This company is looking to build long-term relationships with its customers and clients instead of just making a quick buck. This can’t be said for those shady fly-by-night companies.

Aloha Construction is a very prestigious institution that takes its work very serious. The company has an estimated 200 employees, and these employees work from two different locations. The main headquarters is located in Lake Zurich, Illinois, while the satellite company is located in Bloomington, Illinois. All in all, Aloha Construction is on a mission, but you don’t have to take my word for it.

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Reigning through the Storm: Top 3 Reasons Aloha Construction Inc. had an amazing 2017

Considering the polarizing political and economic climate, even stable industries like construction are ready to do away with 2017 and welcome 2018 with open arms. Yet, not all was bleak for the construction industry. In fact, Aloha Construction Inc. may want to take notes of their success in 2017.

Aloha Construction is a family owned and operated organization that is located in Lake Zurich of Illinois. They started as a small business, but has expanded into an organization with leading general contractors focused on excellence. With this said, in 2017 the construction industry had many companies; thus, the company separated themselves through their specialization in the roofing part of the construction process. This tactical move has allowed the company to focus on their prowess, which has provided more than 17,000 roofing contracts. Therefore, being the best in one’s specialty lends to the financial success Aloha Construction faced in 2017.

Nevertheless, specialization is not the only influence on the success of the company’s 2017 year as they found themselves getting more involved with their community. They partnered with Illinois State University as the company promised to donate $5 from every assist that the Illinois State University athlete scores (including both men and women) to Camp One Step for children with cancer. Their involvement in the community speaks to their core values and has developed a deeper relationship with the community from where they operate.

Lastly, in 2017 Aloha Construction was given the great honor of being awarded a Torch Award by the Better Business Bureau for “Marketplace Ethics”. Steve J Bernas, president and CEO of the Better Business Bureau stated, “They know the importance of their customers, employees, community members and other stakeholders to their business’ success. This is at the heart of why the BBB conducts the Torch Award program. We want to encourage businesses to do their best because it benefits everyone”. All and all, if 2017 is indicative of 2018 then Aloha Construction is looking at an optimist year and to know more