Aloha Construction, a family owned company, received an award for Marketplace Ethics in November 2018. Although the contractor got just the prestigious honorable mention last year, things were good on their side this year. According to the statement released by the Management of the Better Business Bureau, getting the Torch Award is actually the highest recognition made to the chosen business.
The Torch Award is given to businesses that perform excellently, ethically. It did extremely well and was lucky to beat other excellent businesses like Empire Today, Lake Shore Recycling Systems, Fox Valley Auto Group, Perm-Seal as well as the American Sale. According to David A. Farbaky, the Chief Executive Officer, getting the award was not a walk in the park. Everything they did was all organic. They remained active in the activities of the community, and they did all that they could to give back to the society.
David A. Farbaky said that getting at the top was one of the greatest moments in the firm’s young career. He said that Aloha Construction worked hard to help and not to become recognized. He said that they were extremely grateful to get where they are.
According to the Judges, Aloha Construction worked hard in hard with the American Red Cross, the Girls and Boys Clubs of America, and the Illinois State University when dealing with customer service complaints. 15 judges decided to give the Aloha Construction the award.
More about Aloha Construction Company
Aloha Construction is a family-owned firm. It is insured and bonded by roofing as well as siding contractors offering services for Illinois as well as Southern Wisconsin. The firm has been helping people staying in Lake Zurich, Cook, DuPage, and McHenry counties through its Lake Zurich location. Also, the firm is said to have Offices in Lake Zurich and Bloomington, through which it serves individuals living in Peoria, Tazewell, McClean, Champaign, and Washington Counties.