Aloha Construction, Inc. is an Illinois based company. It helps homeowners across the state of Illinois as well as those in the southern part of Wisconsin. The type of work they provide homeowners is mainly roofing and siding, both repair and replacement. They also install gutter systems and windows. It is a company that is both family-owned and operated.
At Aloha Construction they strive to maintain professional and fair relationships with their customers, suppliers, and subcontractors. In order to help homeowners they have associates that have received extensive training in working with insurance adjusters so that customers homes can be repaired as swiftly as possible. They also have policies in place to ensure that customers are satisfied with their work. After each job the work is gone over by an inspector to make sure that it matches the company’s high standards of workmanship.
The top executive at Aloha Construction is Dave Farbaky. He is the company’s president and chief executive officer. He is in his mid 40’s and is a resident of Lake Zurich, Illinois. His top goal at his company is to provide their customers with reasonable prices for their work that is competitive with other companies in the industry.
Aloha Construction can help homeowners after a natural disaster or when they just want to update their homes. Wind damage to roofs is a common occurrence in Illinois and Wisconsin. Fall and winter storms can punish a roof tearing off shingles, especially with an older roof. Aloha Construction will perform a 9 point inspection process in order to assess all of the issues a roof is experiencing. When repairing or replacing a roof Aloha Construction offers up to a 10-year craftmanship warranty so that customer can be assured the work was done properly.
Another important system on homes is the gutter system. The goal of these systems is to route water away from the home where it can do extensive damage, especially to the foundation and/or basement area. This company has years of experience assessing gutter systems and making sure they are working properly. They also repair and/or replace systems which helps prevent other issues such as mold and mildew.