It is yet another peak roofing season for the much bonded and trusted Aloha Construction Inc, in many centers of Illinois, considering that the area has already experienced significant blows due to the hails, storms and high winds.
The local siding and roofing contractors have had positive returns since they opened their doors in the state, now serving Southern Wisconsin with a new digital portal meant to assist homeowners to access expert help. Aloha Construction is in a bid to fulfill the promise they made of building quality homes, through the program they launched to undertake interior restoration services.
In 2013 alone, the Company was able to complete 7,000 projects in record time, with the figure increasing in 2014 and currently 20,000 projects underway, all in the state of Illinois. David Farbaky, the President and the CEO of Aloha Construction indicate that their interest is centered on making sure their clients are more secure in their homes.
The new brand is set to be launched in early May in their new headquarters in Lake Zurich. The new models, he says will feature remodeling of kitchens, basements, bathrooms, water extraction and natural disaster aides. Farbaky gives the assurance that they are now ready to do a standalone team of experts out in their regions and fields.
Glimpse into Aloha Construction
Aloha Construction, Inc. is a bonded and insured family-owned general contractors company providing their construction services in Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. Through their Lake Zurich location, they have been able to assist those in Cook, McHenry and DuPage Counties proudly.
They also have locations in Washington, Peoria, Tazewell and Champaign counties, all of them getting assistance via the Bloomington Office. The company has a series of projects in Gurnee, Round Lake, Lake Villa and Mundelein, all adding up to 18,000 in number. They also state that they have the Midwest Illinois covered.
They offer services in roofing, siding and setting gutters. The work done by the Aloha Construction seeks to protect your home and family from the effects of severe weather as well as raise the property value by improving appearance, giving it character and making it a maintenance-free home.