Founded in 2008 by David Farbaky, the Aloha Construction company has recently won the coveted BBB Torch Award for ethical business practices. The company has over 18,000 projects finished with two locations and Bloomington and Lake Zurich, Illinois. Some of the accomplishments that they have over the past 10 years include placing more than a 7.1 million square feet of vinyl siding as well as over 15,000,000 square feet of shingles. The company focuses on improving siding, roofing, and interior renovation and restoration. Example of how they’ve been so successful is through their roofing process. Aloha Construction use a nine step inspection process that focuses on finding the issues with one’s home roof.
The reason why the Torch Award is such a big deal is because the Better Business Bureau began the award in a 1996 with the goal of awarding it to companies that have demonstrated suburban leadership and business practices as well as demonstrated their involvement in social aspects.
Another reason why the construction company stands out among it’s peers is due to the founding of the David Farbaky Foundation. What the Foundation does is to provide a random acts of kindness to the people of Lake Zurich. The Foundation is currently focusing on teaming up with the Omi Youth Service in order to give the four children of a single mother the chance to have as many toys as they wanted within a sixty-second-time period. This is just one example of what the Aloha Construction company has done for the local community. Back in February of 2018 construction donated $4500 to Camp One Step in the hopes of aiding children stricken with cancer. It is no wonder why the construction company has had much success over the years. They care about their people and give back when they can.