Saying Aloha to a New Brand from Aloha Construction, Inc

The local siding contractors and roofers for Illinois and Southern Wisconsin called Aloha Construction Inc are launching a new interior decoration service. David A. Farbaky who is the president and CEO of Aloha Construction Inc says that this new branch of the Aloha Builds network “will focus on interior restoration, remodeling kitchens, bathrooms, basements, water extraction, natural disaster aid, and clean up.” Farbaky is full of good news for his company saying “In 2013, we were so ecstatic about having completed 7000 projects in the State of Illinois. We broke 20,000 this year. In 2015, we were focused on providing quality service to the people of Southern Illinois through our (at the time) Bloomberg office. It’s since taken on almost as big a workload as our Lake Zurich location.”

Aloha Construction also serves North Chicagoland where it specializes in roofing, all the types of siding with emphasis on Cedar Shake, and seamless gutters. It provides services there such as cedar siding, door installation, gutter installation, insulation installation, roof cleaning, roof waterproofing, siding installation, siding repair, soffit installation, soffit repair, stucco installation, and window installation. The locations where it has served are Barrington, Grayslake, Lake Zurich, Libertyville, Lincolnshire, Mchenry, Mundelein, North Barrington, Palatine, Port Barrington, Round Lake, Vernon Hills, and Wauconda.

Aloha Construction has also won the 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics. This family owned and operated general contractor and construction company was selected for many reasons including regular contributions to its local community. There are vast qualifications for the Torch award making it a real honor but Aloha Construction’s dedication, drive, and love for the community according to the panel of judges was part of what separated Aloha Construction from the other companies. The company has also started the David Farbacky Foundation which encourages random acts of kindness for Lake Zurich families.