Aloha Construction Secures a BBB Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics

Aloha Construction is one of the leading roofing, siding, gutter repair and replacement companies in Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. In 2017, Aloha Construction were chosen as the winner of the Better Business Bureau’s International Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics. The BBB has given the prestigious award to honorable companies that has best represented high standards of modern day ethics, social responsibility, leadership and more since 2006. Aloha Construction were chosen over nine other companies in Northern Illinois that were nominated for the coveted award. Aloha were awarded for its continuous charitable efforts and contributions to the local community in Lake Zurich, Illinois and its surrounding areas.

David Farbaky serves as the founder and chief executive officer of Aloha Construction. Through the David Farbaky Foundation, a main charity branch of the construction company, they began their partnership with Learning Express Toys to launch an annual 60-minute shopping spree event for the local children. The charitable foundation also treated a 12-year old child inflicted with congenital heart failure to a Chicago Bulls vs. Houston Rockets game and allowed him to bring eleven of his friends. Aloha has continued to help out its community and has sponsored local sports teams, donated to help children with cancer and has teamed up with the Boys and Girls Club in the Bloomington area.

Aloha Construction is a privately head family-owned construction company with a team of bonded and insured general contractors. The company has become the number one choice for services that include: roofing, all types of siding, gutter repair, waterproofing, stucco installation, roof cleaning and many other residential and commercial repairs. The company has received its industrial certification from the Better Business Bureau and maintained its “A” rating. Aloha has completed more than 18,000 individual projects across the entire state of Illinois and areas in Southern Wisconsin since its inception.