For more than 40 years, HK Construction has kept local families in mind as the fourth-generation family business incorporates quality products and the talents of experienced designers and builders throughout each project.

As a design-build company, the skilled team at HK Construction is readily available to take a customer’s concept and turn that idea into an enjoyable living space crafted to last for generations to come. HK Construction puts an emphasis on building and renovating homes for customers looking to create more interior space to accommodate their growing families.

An important factor to consider before undergoing a building project is the cost to remodel an existing structure compared to the expense associated with starting fresh via a rebuild. This can be true when a homeowner desires to add a second story onto an existing single-walled structure. In this case, it may prove more costly to shore up the ground level than it would be to start anew and build the multi-level dwelling properly.


Foundation issues and major erosion under a house also can spur the home rebuilding process, as can additional problems such as termite-damaged beams and floor joists, faulty electrical systems and breaker boxes, cracked sewer lines, poor roof designs and leaking, and outdated kitchens, bathrooms or areas like hallways that aren’t senior-friendly.

The skilled designers and builders at HK Construction continue to provide aesthetic yet practical upgrades and additions for homeowners. Appropriately, the business was recently honored as one of the top construction companies in the 2015 edition of Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Hawaii’s Best People’s Choice Awards.

A positive fi rst step in determining what can be done to build or enhance one’s dream home is to attend one of HK Construction’s free home building seminars. Questions will be answered and those interested also may set up a free on-site assessment.

HK Construction is holding three seminars this week: Thursday, April 21 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Pearl Country Club; Friday, April 22 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Blaisdell Center; and Saturday, April 23 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the American Savings Bank Financial Services Center in Kahala.

To make reservations or for more information, call 841-1800 or 220-4714.

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