If you were to look-up Aloha Construction at www.bbb.org you’d find that Aloha has earned an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. To receive that rating Aloha had to satisfy 13 criteria. In 2017 Aloha Construction received the BBB’s Torch Award for Ethics. With 18,000 completed jobs to its credit, Aloha Construction is a family owned and operated roofing and siding company. The company operates in the Southern Wisconsin and Illinois areas.
All of Aloha’s roofers are bonded and insured. When called to a possible roofing job Aloha Construction will start with a nine-point inspection. This inspection determines whether or not any repairs are needed. If repairs are needed Aloha walks the client through the process of choosing the right replacement materials. The company’s roofing work is backed by a 10-year warranty. Homeowners don’t always have the money to replace a roof. Taking this into account Aloha works with Synchrony Financial. Synchrony provides financing so clients can cover the cost of their new roof.
Vinyl siding has both cosmetic and practical value. It can increase the value of a home while controlling energy costs. All of Aloha’s siding contractors are licensed and insured. Before they can begin working for Aloha Construction each siding contractor must become certified through the Vinyl Siding Institute. Aloha installs other types of siding like aluminum. Aloha also installs rain gutters and downspouts. Window, screens and FASCIA/SOFFITS replacement is also available.
Besides working to improve homes Aloha strives to improve the lives of denizens of Lake Zurich. Named after the company’s founder, the Dave Farbaky Foundation intends to host a charitable event six times a year. The foundation’s inaugural event benefitted four sisters from a low-income family. The sisters were given one minute and some plastic lawn bags. Their objective was to run through a local toy store filling as many bags as they could.
After each had completed her initial 60-second run they were given another 30 seconds to gather more toys. The value of the merchandise they collected totaled $7,000. The store owner matched Aloha’s generosity by covering 40% of the costs.
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