Aloha Construction: Article #4

Having good ethics goes a long way in society. Having good ethics will generate positive dialogue about a person, a place or a thing. When it comes to home-remodeling services, good ethics will keep a company “out-of-the-red.” Aloha Construction just so happens to be a general-contracting company that demonstrates good ethics to the fullest of its ability. This 10-year-old business was family-owned in the beginning, but thanks to its huge success, it has grown by bringing-in outside employees. In its infancy stage, the company had only a few staff members, but as of today, it has more than 200 staff members.

On an annual basis, general contractors are thoroughly rated by their capabilities as well as thoroughly rated by their actions. This is where the Better Business Bureau comes into the picture, and this institution judges each company by what it offers, and it judges each company by how it acts in the process. In 2017, Lake Zurich’s Aloha Construction was honored with the Torch Award. This award is given to the company that expresses great ethics while providing superior services. There are no shortcuts to winning this award as every company is being judged by an independent panel. Aloha Construction epitomizes great ethics to the highest degree because it displays wonderful leadership, and it is socially responsible. One of the major attributes for winning this particular award is by serving the community in philanthropic ways.

Aloha Construction is heavily involved in its community in a number of ways. The company helps the less fortunate via donations, and it provides an abundance of free services for a select few. Even the children of the area benefits as the company’s founder, Dave Farbaky, has given away free tickets to professional sporting events. Aloha Construction is definitely at the top of its game, and it will continue its valiant efforts to better society.

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