Aloha Construction: BBB’s Torch Award Winner For 2017

If you own a business, then you know how important it is to stay ethical. Unfortunately, many companies have succumb to providing bad ethics. Cutting corners may provide a temporary fix, but cutting corners will send a company straight into bankruptcy in the long-run. When it comes to the home-improvement sector, the Torch Award reigns supreme. This prestigious award goes to companies that display exceptional ethics. This exceptional excellence must be consistent throughout each fiscal year. In 2017, Aloha Construction won the Torch Award thanks to its social responsibility, its leadership and its higher than normal standards.

This particular award is sponsored by the Better Business Bureau, and it has been around since 1996. Doing things right is the name of the game and Aloha Construction definitely epitomizes this notion. There are numerous companies that are nominated for this award every year. There is also a meticulous screening process that goes into effect before displaying the winner. A panel of 15 judges will decide who wins the award. Another attribute that must be met is for the company to have some form of connection with its community. Fortunately, Aloha Construction is heavily involved in its community’s affairs. Dave Farbaky, founder of the company, provides a lot of donations to the Lake Zurich area. He has offered tickets to professional basketball games at the United Center in Chicago, and he has giving donations to the underprivileged.

Aloha Construction is a top-rated general contractor that is based out of Lake Zurich, Illinois. The company started out as being family-owned, but it grew into a full-fledged corporation over the years. The company offers the services of flashing, roof installation, window-fascia repair, kitchen design, bathroom repair, waterproofing, door installation, masonry, stucco installation and many more. Thanks to its humungous success, Aloha Construction now has a secondary office in Bloomington, Illinois.

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