Aloha Construction is a highly successful roofing company operating in Wisconsin and Illinois. This is a privately owned firm comprising a team of roofing technicians, inspectors, managers, supervisors, and office staff. The company mainly serves its clients through its offices in Bloomington. Since its establishment, Aloha has completed more than 18,000 local projects amounting to over 15 million square feet of shingles and 7 million square feet of Vinyl siding.
The company has transformed significantly since its establishment. Starting as small roof repair company, it has grown into an industry-leading general contractor. Specializing in exterior features such as roofing inspection, commercial and residential roofing, home repair, seamless gutters, siding repair, wind damage repair, and storm damage repair and resume their.
Aloha Construction has been offering its services for more than 84 years. It is a fully licensed, insured, and bonded firm, and one of the few that provides clients with a 10-year craftsmanship warranty. This has seen it emerge as the undisputed industry leader as far as integrity, safety, and superiority is concerned. Apart from the installation, maintenance, and replacement of roofing systems, Aloha Construction has created a niche in the market by having the ability to handle the effects of extreme weather and read full article.
Aloha Construction’s positive growth in the last few years has been buoyed by its involvement in numerous initiatives in Wisconsin and Chicago. Its founder, president and CEO, Dave Farbaky has led the company in efforts aimed at uplifting the livelihoods of communities in areas where it operates.
Dave also led a charitable initiative that established a website that links homeowners with roof maintenance and repair experts. He also sponsors an annual charity event that aims at giving back to the local community. Through the Dave Farbaky Foundation Aloha Construction has also been supplying Toys to kids by organizing 60-second shopping sprees for them and Aloha’s lacrosse camp.