Tom Thayer has partnered with Aloha Restoration, a subsidiary of Aloha Construction Inc. Tom Thayer is the former 1985 Super Bowl Champion Chicago Bears’ NFL offensive lineman as well as on-air Bears day personality on Entercom stations. Bears have been shining since the start of the football season exceeding expectations. The local mold removal experts have supported the new look Bears all the way by sponsoring every broadcast.

 

 

Currently, Aloha Restoration, Co. is in partnership with Dan Bernstein, ‘670 The Score’ personality. In a statement, David Farbaky, President& CEO of Aloha Construction Inc., stated that Tom Thayer is one of his favorite players. He even hangs Mr. Thayer’s portraits around his office. He expressed how honored he felt to cross paths with Mr. Thayer and Mr. Bernstein. According to the visionary leader of Aloha Construction’s team, winter is coming and when it brings the need, Aloha Restoration is ready to help.

 

 

Aloha Restoration is based out of Lake Zurich and it specializes on fire damage restoration, mold removal, interior remodeling services, water damage restoration, water removal and even carpet cleaning. The parent company has always aimed at being a one-stop shop for homeowners all-over the Midwest.

 

 

Tom Thayer built a noble career playing for Chicago Bears and advanced it further by commentating for Chicago Bears at 105.9FM as well as WBBM Newsradio 780AM. Dan Bernstein co-hosts the “Bernstein and Golff Show” on 670 The Score.

 

The group of licensed House remodeling contractors provides water removal, bathroom remodels, kitchen remodels as well as professional basement finishing for both renters and homeowners. Aloha Restoration serves all of Lake County. While delivering quality services, they strive to uphold integrity which is part of trusted Aloha Construction’s value system. The company uses quality materials to guarantee projects with no residual effects. Aloha Construction is a trusted roofer and siding contractors owned by a family operating in Illinois as well as Southern Wisconsin.