Aloha Construction is a siding and roofing business based in Wisconsin and Illinois and Wisconsin. Aloha is known for its quality products and services. Aloha Construction has successfully finished more than 18,000 projects in such locations as Lake Villa, Lake Zurich, Lindenhurst, Morton, Round Lake, Vernon Hills, and Washington.
Products And Services
Aloha Construction has been praised for its roof repair and, roof replacement. They can work on low, steep, or flat slope roofs. They can work with asphalt, cedar shake, clay, or metal.
Aloha also offers gutter and siding services to further protect people from harsh weather conditions. Aloha’s siding services include repair and/or replacement of all aluminum, face brick, fiber cement, Hardie board, vinyl, or wood. The company also offers property inspection services.
Aloha Construction is also active in the community. The staff at AC believe that the community is an important part in the success of any local business. They believe that taking part in charity events in their community give the company an opportunity to collaborate with others, thus generating good public relations, which also promotes their services and products.
Aloha Construction believes that even small businesses can give something back to their local community via partnerships with local non-profit groups, launching philanthropic efforts, and sponsoring local causes. Founding philanthropic efforts allow companies additional opportunities while having more control of the funds. Additionally, they feel that sponsoring local events and sports teams is a great way to market brands to communities.
One way of furthering the company’s mission to give something back to their community was to team up with Learning Express Toys headquartered in Lake Zurich to help underprivileged children in the area. The Dave Farbaky Foundation, Aloha Construction’s philanthropic arm, sponsored a special event that provided children with a one-minute shopping spree for toys. LET also advertised a 40 percent discount on the specific toys chosen by the children during the event. Aloha’s CEO (chief executive officer), Dave Farbaky, told the press that he thinks every child deserves to have toys regardless of his or her background.