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Published On: Wed, Apr 25th, 2018

Aloha Construction has a New Commercial Series

Have you seen Aloha Construction on TV recently? The company recently launched the first commercial of their new series and you can find it airing on popular channels like the Discovery Channel, ESPN, the History Channel, and TLC.

The first commercial focuses on Aloha Restoration, Co., a partner company that’s also owned by Dave Farbaky, the founder and CEO of Aloha Construction. The company was started in 2008, and is excited to celebrate ten years of business this year!

History of Aloha Construction

Aloha Construction began as a roofing and siding solution for homeowners who wanted a personal, family touch. The company has always stuck to their values of honesty, integrity, and responsibility, and prides themselves in the fact that no matter how big they grow, families always get high-quality work and responsive customer service from Aloha Construction.

As one of the leading roofing and siding contractors in the Midwest, the company serves homeowners in Illinois and Southern Wisconsin from two offices in the state. They first opened their headquarters in Lake Zurich, and have since expanded to a second location in Bloomington as well. Due to this growth, Aloha Construction was proud to reach their milestone of 20,000 roofing jobs completed in their history!

If you are looking for an experienced team, Aloha Construction is the one to call. Their services include shingle replacements, leak repairs, siding installation, fascia and soffit work, new windows, and much more.

Additionally, every employee is trained to become Certified Vinyl Siding Installers by the Vinyl Siding Institute, and the company is licensed, bonded, and insured. They even make payment easy by walking you through your insurance claim, or partnering with Synchrony Financial to streamline the process and keep all of your billing organized in one place!

What Is Aloha Restoration, Co?

While Aloha Construction focuses on roofing, siding, and gutter repairs, Aloha Restoration Co. handles all the rest.

Dave Farbaky wanted to create a company that can do it all, so Aloha Restoration was born in 2017. Now, the two businesses combine to form a one-stop-shop for home repairs.

Aloha Restoration, Co. excels in tackling water damage, mold removal, and fire and smoke destruction. They even promise that no matter how bad your flooding may be, they will have your home “bone-dry in 48 hours.” Wow!

Aloha Restoration Co. displays a second strength in their remodeling jobs. The company takes on kitchen, bathroom, flooring, and basement work, and has written some major success stories already! In April, the business remodeled their first multi-million dollar property. The project included a basement remodel along with their kitchen and bath, and the team was proud to report that despite being their biggest challenge so far, they still came in on-time and within budget.

In a recent press release, Dave shared that “homes this large require a very particular attention to detail as well as serious communication between ourselves and the homeowners. I’m extremely proud of our team for being able to finish this project according to specifications.”

The New Aloha Restoration TV Commercial

The first commercial about Aloha Restoration Co. touches on a very important subject that most homeowners don’t consider.

The truth is, most restoration contractors only complete half the job. While they might remove mold, or fix smoke damage, or dry out your home, they usually aren’t prepared to also finish the remodel and get your home back to its prior condition. In this case, you’re stuck working with two companies, two customer service teams, two budgets, and two different timelines. It can get messy quick, and just adds stress to an already unpleasant situation.

Luckily, Aloha Restoration Co. is here to change this.

In the new commercial, Dave states that “they are full service, and uniquely qualified to restore your home. Unlike the other guys, they [Aloha Restoration, Co.] will never leave you with a mess.”

He continues to say that with just one call your home will go “from disaster to remodeled perfection!”

Get your mold removal, fire and smoke restoration, or water damage taken care of by an honest and hard-working company that cares. Then, they’ll take it one step further and complete the remodel to your exact specifications. They streamline the process by only using one team for the job and make getting your beautiful home back easier than ever.

Stay on the Lookout for Future Projects

If you haven’t caught the Aloha Restoration, Co. commercial on TV yet, you can also see it on the Aloha Construction YouTube channel. In addition to watching it, make sure you also keep an eye out for new ones that are in the works and coming soon.

Whether you need exterior repairs like roofing and siding work, interior fixes like mold removal and water mitigation, or even just a complete remodel of your kitchen, bathroom, or basement, the Aloha team is here to do it all.

First, call Aloha Construction for a free property inspection. They will send a crew of experts out to take your home through a thorough nine-step inspection process that includes checking shingles, flashing, and even attic ventilation for any problems.

Next, contact Aloha Restoration, Co. for your free in-home assessment. Whether you’re worried about mold, flooding, or need a quote for a new project, the company has your back. All you have to do is share your details, and the customer service department will make sure you get the information you need and a personalized visit to your home, all completely free!

When it comes to home repairs in Illinois and Southern Wisconsin, Aloha Construction and their partners at Aloha Restoration Co. are the clear choice. Get everything you need, all in one place.

It couldn’t be easier with the Aloha team! Call now to get started today!

Author: Jacob Maslow

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