Aloha Construction Is Joined By A New Sister Company

Aloha Construction is one of the biggest general contractors in the Midwest. Dave Farbaky created this company a number of years ago and recently opened a sister company to it, Aloha Restoration. Aloha Construction focuses on the exterior of home fixing and replacing siding, roofs, and gutter systems. Aloha Restoration does jobs on the interior of homes such as removing mold and fixing water, fire, and smoke damage. This sister company can also do kitchen remodels, completing basements, and other remodeling projects.

Aloha Construction does work on homes across the state of Illinois as well as the southern half of Wisconsin. Their main office is in Lake Zurich and they recently opened a second one in Bloomington. In 2017 they passed an important milestone for the company when they surpassed having completed 20,000 siding and roofing projects. The excellent work they do for homeowners and their commitment to treating customers honestly and ethically resulted in their winning the BBB Torch Award at the end of 2017.

In order to raise awareness of Aloha Construction’s new sister company, Dave Farbaky launched a new series of commercials on tv. In the first tv ad of this series, Dave says that Aloha Restoration is a full-service company which is uniquely suited to restoring homes. He says that his company differs from its competitors in that it won’t leave a mess behind and can take a home from being a disaster to being perfectly remodeled.

There are a number of reasons to hire these two companies when a home has been damaged inside and out. First, Aloha Construction offers a free property inspection. One of their crew of experts will thoroughly go through the home completing a nine-step inspection process. This includes examing the shingles on roofs, the flashing, and making sure there aren’t any issues with the attic ventilation.

Aloho Restoration also offers a free inspection. They will look for issues like mold and flooding damage. They will also assess the situation after a fire has occurred and will determine the best way to fix the damage that has occurred.