BBB Torch Award To Aloha Construction A Landmark For Decades Old Company

The Better Business Bureau recently awarded them its coveted “Torch Award For Ethics” – not surprising since Aloha Construction if a family-owned business that has gained considerable popularity in Illinois and southern Wisconsin over past decades.

Aloha Construction has completed some 18,000 projects, establishing itself as a long-term community partner serving people who need roof repairs, siding work, gutter repair or other projects to fix or improve their homes. Aloha Construction has gained a reputation as the “go to” company after major storms damage large numbers of roofs – it’s a time when people just want to “get it fixed’ – and they want someone they trust to do the job right and without hassles.

Aloha Began as a small family-owned operation but has undergone considerable growth in recent years. It’s helmed by David Farbaky who serves as president and CEO. A husband, father, brother and homeowner, Farbaky understands what people need done on their homes for prices they can handle. He gets that “psychological factor” of how people just want to work with an outfit that will do the job without “nonsense” or “extra drama.”

The primary areas of operation for Aloha Construction are roofing, gutters, siding and window replacement. Again, Aloha is a terrific “go to” provider when storms wreak havoc on all of the above. But lots of customers have called upon Aloha Construction in those “ordinary times” when basic repair and maintenance is needed, or when people just want to upgrade the look and value of their homes.

So why the BBB Torch Award For Ethics? An independent panel of nine judges selected Aloha Construction because the company demonstrated the highest ethical standards of trust and behavior toward customers, employees and the community.”

Aloha President David Farbaky said his company does not set out to “win awards” or “seek to be recognized” but that it felt good to be honored by the BBB, the gold standard for identifying top-flight companies. He called receiving the Torch Award “humbling” and that it only shows how much they care about their customers. Farbaky said he gets most satisfaction from just helping people every day and putting minds at ease when it comes to fixing or upgrading homes.