David Farbaky, the founder and chief executive officer of Aloha Construction in Illinois, was pleased to announce that his company had won the BBB Torch Award for Ethical Business Practices. After this company was nominated for this award his business practices were reviewed by a team of independent judges. His company won because of the ethical manner in which it treats employees and suppliers. It also won because of their affiliated Farbaky Foundation which provides financial support to a number of local charities and youth sports teams.
Aloha Construction was founded in Lake Zurich in 2008. They now have a second office in Bloomington. Between these two offices, they can help homeowners across the state of Illinois as well as those who are living in the southern part of Wisconsin. They do siding, roofing, and gutter work. They also now formally offer interior services such as remodeling and restoration. They have done interior work since the company was founded but it wasn’t the emphasis that it now is.
The team at Aloha Construction sometimes puts out articles to help homeowners keep their homes in good condition. Their latest article is about a home’s gutter system and knowing when to repair it. Gutters are a very important part of a home’s overall system as they direct water away from the home. Water can cause erosion, uneven floors, and mold damage so it is important to route it away from a home.
Gutters don’t last forever and need to be maintained in order to do their important work. After a heavy rainfall, it is especially important to inspect them to make sure they can still do their jobs. If you can see water collecting in parts of the gutter system or that it is being channeled toward the foundation then you should contact a professional to get this issue resolved.