“Home is where the heart is.”
That’s what the Roman philosopher Gaius Plinius Secundus, better known as Pliny to his friends, said nearly two centuries ago.
It’s especially true for homeowners who are thinking about remodeling. The idea conjures up a host of anxieties. It’s not just the money. Tearing up your house can be a fear-inducing experience.
That’s where The Airoom Companies comes in.
Founded more than 60 years ago and based in Lincolnwood, Airoom relieves the stress of remodeling your house by offering everything under one roof to transform what’s under your roof.
“We have the architects, the designers, and the builders,” says Michael Klein, Airoom’s CEO. “Clients don’t have to piece together the different experts required to get their remodeling project completed.”
Founded by Burton Klein in 1958, Airoom has completed more than 16,000 remodeling projects and currently has over 300 projects in the works.
Klein refers to Airoom’s business approach as a charet, which is an intense and collaborative time of design and planning to draft a solution to a problem.
“We work with speed and accuracy and we’re cost efficient,” Klein says. “We pride ourselves on state-of-the-art construction, whether materials are made in the U.S. or imported.”
Instilling confidence in clients that they’re going to get quality work is key to Airoom’s success. It guarantees all of its work and the fact it’s been operating for over 60 years—in a business with many fly-by-night companies—builds trust with customers.
“We guarantee the best design, the best process, the best value,” says Klein. “We have an unparalleled record of success.”
Airoom’s showroom in Lincolnwood features industry leading layouts for kitchens and bathrooms featuring high-end appliances. The showroom houses a resource center to help customers think through their choices. It’s all designed to take the anxiety out of the remodeling and product selections process.
Kitchen remodels and home additions are two of the biggest categories of work for Airoom. They understand that tearing up your kitchen can be unnerving but their team approach puts clients at ease.
Airoom is active in the Lincolnwood community, sponsoring a little league team and community events.
“We pride ourselves on being personally accessible,” Klein says. “We’re family-owned, and that’s evident in how we help our clients.”
Airoom initiates projects with a free in home design consultation to understand a client’s vision. It’s a collaborative process involving the company’s architects and designers. They work with project managers to make each project a success.
“We deal with each issue so you don’t have to,” Klein says.
Projects that involve removal of a roof, such as construction of an additional floor, might require customers to vacate the house, but for most projects customers remain in the home. Sealing off areas under construction is a priority to minimize disruption for the client’s family.
“We understand our clients are worried about any remodeling project on their homes.” Klein says. “There’s always uncertainty, but we do our builds with confidence and our warranty puts our customers at ease.”
It all gets back to Airoom’s track record of success since it was established decades ago. Airoom understands your heart lives at home.
Airoom’s showroom is located at 6825 N. Lincoln Avenue in Lincolnwood, 847-268-4677, airoom.com.