Aloha Construction is Recognized for Their Dedication

The Torch Award is a big deal and is an award that recognizes marketplace ethics of a company. Aloha Construction has received the honor of receiving the award, and they are very excited.

Aloha Construction offers great customer service and high-quality work to their customers but they also help out in their community, and the company has used its success to make the lives of others better. The company offers internal employee incentive programs and supports the Boys and Girls Club of Illinois. They also make it possible for a child with Congenital heart disease and 12 of his friend to go to a Bulls Game for the very first time. Aloha Construction even sent children in need on a shopping spree for Christmas.

Aloha Construction has shown that it is a company that is committed to ethical practices, has exceptional communication and leadership and is a unified organization. They are also committed to performance practices involving management as well as ethical practices which is why they were nominated for the Torch award.

Aloha Construction donates $5 for every assist during State University games in order to help children battling cancer, and they also sponsor the Flying Aces hockey team and the Roselle Medinah’s sport organizations.

The company cares greatly about their community and are very generous when it comes to giving back. The company specializes in providing outstanding services when it comes to siding replacement, roofing, and gutters to those living in Southern Wisconsin and Illinois. They follow a rigorous nine-step process to identify any and all issues with the roof they are servicing. They also back their work with a 10-year craftsmanship warranty and are launching an interior remodeling and restoration division.

The company prides itself on the high-quality service that they provide and the well-trained and courteous employees that they have on their team. They are very dedicated to all their employees, customers, and community

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