Aloha Construction’s Impressive Achievements

Starting out as a small family-owned business, Aloha construction has morphed into a household name in all matters construction and remodeling. Serving all of Illinois and southwest Wisconsin, Aloha construction provides roofing, siding, guttering, and window replacement services. Aloha works with field inspectors, supervisors, a claim team and office staff to satisfy all of their clients’ needs. Together with its specialists, Aloha has seen to the successful completion of more than 7,000 local ventures. Aloha boasts of over 18,000 completed projects in mid-west USA and has offices in Lake Zurich and Bloomington.

Under the able leadership of its 46-year-old Chief Executive Officer David Farkaby, Aloha attends to a home owner’s needs for repairs irrespective of the underlying cause. Aloha Construction has vast experience repairing damages caused by fire or natural calamities like storms and hurricanes. Aloha is also suited to cover the need for renovation or revamping as requested by a client. Aloha is an all-around venture that caters to both major and minor home repairs and an entire upgrade of your home if need be.

As the company continues to grow, so has Aloha’s corporate social responsibility. The Dave Farkaby Foundation recently partnered with learning express to give back to society. Dave Farkaby Foundation, the Aloha Construction offices in Lake Zurich and Learning Express organized a shopping spree to help teach youngsters about the importance of random acts of kindness. Since Aloha is a family owned organization, the company is deeply rooted in the values and guiding principles of family.

Many families in Illinois cannot afford to buy toys and dollies for their children due to the low earnings. Aloha, Learning Express and the Dave Farkaby Foundation saw this as an opportunity to give back. Each year, the three organizations take underprivileged children on a shopping spree and give them a chance at a remarkable experience. Four children get a sixty-second spending spree at the expense of the company every year. It may seem like a small act of kindness but the experience goes a long way in improving the lives of the children.

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