Aloha Construction Inc. Reaps Big From the Recent Storm Season in Illinois

April and May were busy months for Aloha Construction Incorporation. This was as a consequence of the bad weather that hit Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin in the previous months. The weather left homeowners scratching their heads after strong winds and storms destroyed house roofs. Given that Aloha Construction is the most trusted construction company in the region, the company got the majority of the repair jobs after the storm calmed.


The CEO of Aloha Construction, Mr. David A. Farbaky, revealed that the company did over 20,000 projects in Illinois within the first four months of 2017. This was nearly three times more than the 7,000 projects that the company did in the whole of 2013. He also noted that Aloha’s Bloomington office, which was opened just a couple of years back, has handled an almost equivalent workload with more established offices like the Lake Zurich offices this year.


Aloha Construction Strategies


Early May, Aloha Construction launched its interior restoration service that sought to improve the company’s quality of service. Additionally, the company launched its upgraded website that made it easy for customers to access the firm’s services. According to Farbaky, Aloha Construction is keen on ensuring that homeowners are comfortable and safe in their homes. As such, he announced the commissioning of a new team of experts that will be tasked with the responsibility of offering clean-up and aid services during disasters. The team will also be in charge of renovating and repairing kitchens, basements, and bathrooms. This new team goes by the name Aloha Builds network.


About Aloha Construction


Aloha Construction, Inc. is a BBB accredited construction company that is headquartered in Lake Zurich, Illinois. The company was established nine years ago as a sole proprietorship.


Today Aloha Construction has a workforce of almost 200 people, up from handful employees at the time of its inception. The workforce is qualified enough to handle all damages arising from wind, flooding, storm, or hail.