Aloha Construction scoops a prestigious award for its ethical practices
Aloha Construction has offices in Lake Zurich. It is a family-owned business that offers construction services to the state of Illinois and South Wisconsin. Since its inception in 2008, it has expanded in the last decade to complete over 7000 local projects, gaining a reputation for safety, excellence, and integrity. The company manufactures roofing products and materials using steel and asphalt and deals in kitchen design, bathroom repairs among other services. It has continually dedicated itself to offer outstanding services to employees and services, a culture that has enabled it to win numerous awards including the prestigious Better Business Bureau (BBB) Torch Award in 2017.
Aloha Construction received the Torch Award in recognition of its exceptional ethical practices and for embracing the qualities that the Award upholds. After rigorous screening, the group of 15 judges selected Aloha Construction as one of 2017’s recipients as a result of their numerous charitable acts in Northern Illinois and Chicago. The CEO of the company, Dave Farbaky, exerts a lot of effort to ensure that his customers, employees, and community are always put first. Some of their charitable deeds include partnering with Omni Youth Services to offer disadvantaged children an all-expense-paid shopping spree for Christmas.
Aloha Construction appreciates its customers and the owners express their appreciation annually through free roof inspections. The company also offers excellent customer service in various ways including a ten-year craftsmanship warranty to let their customers have peace of mind. They provide 100% quality guarantee, and whenever they install a roof, they do repairs completely free of charge for the next ten years. In 2017, the business realised their goal of offering 20,000 roofing jobs in Illinois.
Aloha Construction also puts its community first by consistently giving back to the society. It supports the dreams of athletes by sponsoring their sporting activities. In 2017, Aloha sponsored the Lake Zurich high school football team, Illinois State University Athletics among others. Dave Farbaky joined the ISU athletes to give $5 per each assist scored in the season’s basketball games, to Camp One Step which gives summer experiences to children living with cancer.