CUSTOMERS, EMPLOYEES AND THE COMMUNITY ARE WINNERS WITH ALOHA CONSTRUCTION

CUSTOMERS, EMPLOYEES AND THE COMMUNITY ARE WINNERS WITH ALOHA CONSTRUCTION

The highest honor the Better Business Bureau bestows on a company for Marketplace Ethics is their coveted Torch Award. It recognizes consistent quality and honest work, a history of charitable commitment and integrity in dealing with customers and employees. Aloha Construction, Inc. was chosen to receive the 2017 Torch Award because the company has a proven record of providing high-quality service to its customers, fostering responsible company leadership, promoting ethical workplace practices and continued support of local community charities.

Aloha Construction, Inc. was founded in 2008 by David Farbaky. Since that time, the family owned company has been focused on responsibility and accountability, offering high quality and affordable roofing, siding and gutter repair services in the Illinois and the Southern Wisconsin area through offices in Lake Zurich and Bloomington.

The addition of Aloha Restoration, a division of Aloha Construction, provides licensed general and house remodeling contractors specializing in mold removal, water and fire damage cleanup and skilled house restoring and remodeling. Their expert teams use the highest quality materials and deliver reliable, fast and professional home restorations.

Companies receiving the Better Business Bureau distinguished Torch Award have gone beyond the business arena and extended themselves to make a difference in the communities that support them. Aloha Construction is fully committed to “giving back” to the community wherever they see a need. The Better Business Bureau recognized their charitable work, especially with children, citing the company partnership with Omni Youth services for an all-expense paid shopping fling before Christmas for deserving children and support of the Bloomington Boys and Girls Clubs. Aloha Construction also supported aspiring athletes through their sponsorship of the Kane County Cougars baseball team, the Lake Zurich high school football team and the Youth Jersey Give-a-way for the Central Illinois Flying Aces hockey team.

The most recent Aloha Construction charitable initiative came from the Bloomington roofing team who presented Camp One Step, established by the Children’s Oncology Services, with a donation of $1,965. They provide an example of ethics in the marketplace as they continue to make an impact on their charities, customers and employees.

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