Aloha Construction Is Truly A Community Partner

Aloha Construction is a general contracting company founded by David Farbaky in 2008. From the beginning, this business has always had one eye on its home projects and one on community development. The company was originally established to provide quality roofing, gutter installation, and siding replacement to the residents of Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. The number of annual projects completed has more than tripled over the years as the company helps customers handle the effects of the destructive Midwest weather.

 

The weather damage has not been confined to home exteriors and Aloha Construction has recently added an interior restoration and remodeling division. These services focus on repairing the damage caused by water or fire so that families can return to their homes and communities can be rebuilt. Aloha Construction has expanded its workforce and ensured that the staff is trained and certified in disaster recovery and home remodeling. The company supports each family during the project and guarantees all the work so that families feel safe in their homes.

 

Helping communities grow has been a goal for the Farbaky family and when they realized that in some cases the rebuilds were not covered by insurance, they added a financing option. They also started the David Farbaky Foundation to benefit children. The charitable activities range from contributing to cancer research, to sponsoring local sports teams and providing family shopping sprees.

 

For all of its accomplishments, Aloha Construction was given the 2017 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics. The Better Business Bureau criteria is that the recipient must demonstrate ethical leadership and social responsibility. In addition, the organization needs to be united in purpose and show support for other area businesses as a way to support the local community. The review process is very extensive and so the award is very prestigious.

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