Honest And Ethical, Why Aloha Construction Won The BBB Torch Award

The Better Business Bureau’s Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics is a prestigious award that is tough to get, as their are six specific criteria that companies must meet to get it. The Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics was started in 1996 to honor companies that demonstrate leadership, social responsibility, following of best practices, and hold extremely high standards when it comes to the their organizational ethics.

In 2017, a panel of 15 judges, representing the BBB that served Chicago and the Northern Illinois region, awarded this prestigious Torch Award to Aloha Construction because of the company’s decade-long history of quality and ethical work within the region and their focus on both their employees and the community that they work within. This award topped off an already impressive year for the company, as 2017 also had them pass an important milestone as they completed their 200,000th roofing job that year as well.

The award was well deserved, as Aloha Construction has a reputation of being a forward-thinking, ethical company. Internally, the company ensures that their employees are treated well. With competitive pay and benefits, they make sure their employees stay, offering them stability, and also, every year, Aloha Construction rewards their highest-performing employees with an all-expenses paid trip to Maui, Hawaii. Externally, the company not only makes sure that they treat their customers well, but also that they treat their community well.

On top of a 10-year Craftsmanship warranty for all their customers, that ensures that any damages will be paid for free of charge during that time, Aloha Construction also offers an annual free roof inspection that ensures that their customers know of any possible damages and that they’ll be able to get that damage repaired before the warranty runs out.

Beyond just supporting their customers, the company also supports the community by sponsoring multiple sports teams, have hosted a local Boys and Girl Club for their Youth of the Month event, and have done events such as a toy shopping spree for a family and a Chicago Bulls VIP ticket giveaway that resulted in a local child with a congenital heart disease, and his friends, being given a great opportunity to see the Bulls play.

Aloha Construction believes in not only being honest with both their employees and their customers, but also believes in helping the community. This led them to winning this prestigious award at the end of last year, and will most likely lead them to more accolades in the future.

https://www.benzinga.com/pressreleases/17/10/p10230121/aloha-construction-inc-proudly-sponsors-illinois-state-university

Goettl Air Conditioning Owner Announces Scholarship for Veterans

The issue of how returning veterans should be treated when they return to society after spending time on active duty with the U.S. Military. A growing number of veterans are looking to retrain in different careers, which I feel offers us a great way to give something back to these brave people; PR Newswire recently wrote about a new scholarship created by Goettl Air Conditioning owner Ken Goodrich that provides $1,000 for a graduating veteran to buy tools for their career each school year at the College of Southern Nevada.

Goettl is one of the best known HVAC service providers in Nevada and Arizona as the company was first founded in 1939 and has been in existence ever since. I already knew of the services offered by Goettl Air Conditioning that include both repair and maintenance options, which allows the individual the chance to work within a contract that ensures the HVAC system of any property is maintained to work at its maximum potential.
Goettl Air Conditioning has recently been on a return to success under the leadership of Ken Goodrich who has been working to bring success to this impressive and historic company first established by Gust and Adam Goettl; the company was the premier HVAC company in Nevada and Arizona for a number of years before departing the state. Since being purchased by Ken Goodrich the company has returned to Las Vegas and greater success than ever before.

Goodrich is hoping to continue his scholarship and widespread sponsorship of the HVAC studies at the College of Southern Nevada with a range of scholarships and awards. Ken Goodrich understands the difficulties those entering the HVAC industry often have in getting the latest tools, which are expensive and difficult to buy for those on a limited budget and I believe inspired him to create this impressive scholarship.