Raising the Bar for Community Outreach at Aloha Construction

As consumer confidence has increased over the past 12 months, homeowners plan for home improvement projects, but how does the property owner find a reputable contractor? A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau, Aloha Construction in Lake Zurich is making that decision easier for Chicago area residents.

Operated by Dave and Wally Farbaky since 2008, Aloha Construction is a general contractor, skilled in all phases of exterior improvements. Moreover, chances are, a neighbor has done business with the Farbakys, who have replaced or repaired an estimated 20,000 roofs.

Earning and maintaining an A+ rating from the BBB requires a daily commitment to satisfying customers from the entire Aloha Construction team. Rewarded for that commitment, the company received the BBB’s 2017 Torch Award for Ethics. The Torch Award is presented annually to organizations who demonstrate the highest standards of ethics in their business practices. Qualifications for the Torch Award are stringent with a company having to demonstrate ethical practices towards customers, employees, and the communities in which the company operates.

The Farbaky’s ethical leadership sets the example for their entire organization, providing a rallying point for every employee. Notwithstanding, community involvement is essential to a company’s reputation, to an owner’s civic standing; accordingly, Aloha Construction has always donated its time and effort to charitable activities, notably youth sports sponsorships, Boys and Girls Clubs of Bloomington and Camp One Step for children with cancer. In 2016, Dave Farbaky increased the company’s outreach with the formation of the Dave Farbaky Foundation funding ‘random acts of kindness’ for children. A favorite event is a toy shopping spree where children have 60 seconds to grab toys and games. Dave’s hope is that the children have fun themselves, eventually motivated to perform random acts of kindness for others.

Ethical treatment of customers and employees is standard practice at Aloha Construction, investing in your local community is going the extra mile for Dave Farbaky.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/lake-zurich/news/ct-lzc-charity-shopping-spree-tl-0818-20160815-story.html

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