Many individuals living in Illinois are already familiar with Aloha Construction. The company has already helped numerous homeowners through damages caused by storms, high winds and hail. Their exceptional service and attention to detail has caused the company to continue to grow. A new website is available to help homeowners get the help they require simply and easily and help launch their new interior restoration services.
David Farbaky is the CEO and President of Aloha Construction. He has spoken of the excitement everyone in the company felt in 2013 when they had completed 7000 projects in Illinois. They have already broken their own record with the completion of 20,000 jobs. They have opened a new office in Bloomington and this office now handles almost as many jobs as their Lake Zurich location.
According to David Farbaky Aloha Construction centers on giving people security in their homes. They are focusing on interior restorations, remodeling basements, bathrooms and kitchens, water extractions, basements and providing aid in natural disasters. Aloha Construction opened in 2008 and has completed hundreds of bathroom and kitchen remodels. They have a team with experience and expertise in their profession.
Aloha Construction is a family owned business. They are general contractors who are insured and bonded and operate throughout Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. They work with individuals in McHenry, Lake, DuPage and Cook counties though their Lake Zurich office. Their office in Bloomington assists homeowners in McClean, Washington, Peoria, Champaign and Tazewell.
Aloha Construction has currently finished 18,000 projects in Gurnee, Round Lake, Grayslake, Lake Villa, Lake Zurich, Mundelein, Round Lake Beach, Libertyville, Vernon Hills, Lindenhurst, Libertyville, Wauconda, Palatine, Bloomington, Hoffman Estates, Peoria, Normal, Pekin, Washington, Mahomet and Morton. Aloha Construction has the Midwest covered. They offer free roof inspections, are fully licensed and insured and their craftsmanship warranty covers a ten year period.