Aloha Construction is a family company that started out by offering roofing and siding solutions for homeowners in Illinois and all of the Midwest in 2008. The company offers services such as shingle replacements, leak repairs, siding installation, fascia, soffit work, new windows, and they offer even more services for bathrooms and kitchens. Aloha Construction is one of the leaders in their industry, and the company has accomplished this status by upholding their values. At Aloha Construction they value honesty, integrity, and responsibility. They also pride themselves in always delivering high quality work and responsive customer care. This commitment to excellent service and personal customer care has helped the company to grow and win an award. The construction company first opened headquarters in Lake Zurich. Aloha Construction has since expanded to a second location in Bloomington. The thriving company proudly met its breakthrough goal of completing 20,000 roofing jobs in their ten year history as a company. What is even more impressive for Aloha Construction is that last year they won the BBB Torch Award for Ethics, which distinguishes companies that conduct themselves in an astounding ethical manner.
In an article for the website Realty Times, the experts at Aloha Construction point out four mistakes that homeowners make and offer four tips to avoid these mistakes. One very common mistake that homeowners fall into is making the wrong improvements or upgrades. For instance, the idea of adding on a new bathroom or bedroom may seem like an ideal way to add value to a home. Unfortunately, it isn’t a great investment if the roof is leaking or the tile in the bathroom is rotting. It’s best to fix the existing problems a house may have before deciding to upgrade. Another typical misstep is waiting too long for a property inspection. Again homeowners should not ignore the problems their home might have. The company actually offers free nine-step property inspections in which roofing, shingles, and siding are inspected. The inspection would also include guidance through the insurance process to take care of any problem areas found. The third mistake is neglecting gutters and downspouts. They should be checked over every season. The fourth and probably worst mistake is trying to save money on repairs. Trying to do it yourself or contracting someone who is not qualified is always likely to actually cost a homeowner more money than planned in the end.