Aloha Construction is a company that provides general contractor services for people living in or near the state of Illinois and Wisconsin. The company was established by David Farbaky, beginning as a family business. Those who wanted to get the most affordable and the best roofing, siding and gutter replacement tend to contact Aloha Construction for services. They knew that their money is worth it, primarily if they worked with David Farbaky because he is known for employing only the best craftsmen and carpenters. The company also provides a 10-year warranty for every service that they provide, assuring their clients of an under warranty repair within a decade. Aside from the replacement services that the company offers, they recently introduced a restoration service that would allow them to fix and revert an old dilapidated home to its original look. Aloha Construction already stated that some of their clients are considering the new services that they are offering.
The company established by David Farbaky has made a positive reputation in the field of construction. As a result, Aloha Construction became the recipient of the prestigious Torch Award given by the Better Business Bureau. The award is handed to businesses which promote ethical practices, and because of the positive reputation among the clients that Aloha Construction managed to keep, they were chosen to be this year’s awardee. Several judges spoke with each other to determine which business is the most deserving, and after reading through the papers describing the construction company, the judges felt that it is the most deserving winner for the year. The company got the award for showcasing ethics for the marketplace, and because of their contribution in the people living within the community.
The torch award has been given since 1996, and the Better Business Bureau has strict criteria that the recipients should meet before they can be given an award. Some of these criteria revolve around the head of the company. For example, the leaders should be able to do their jobs while complying with the ethical rules, and they should also unify the people working within their businesses.
— Aloha Construction (@AlohaBuilds) May 9, 2018