Precision Door Service of Cleveland recently partnered with The Wounded Warrior Project and Safeguard Properties to donate and install a new garage door on a home in Medina, Ohio, for a military veteran, his wife, and two children.
Safeguard Properties, a property-management firm, works with Chase Bank to repair homes throughout the country. Once the projects are completed, the homes are donated to military veterans mortgage-free. The objective of the program is to assist veterans’ from active service to civilian life.
Jim Boland, the owner of Precision Door Service of Cleveland, worked with Amarr Garage Doors on the donation, then provided the operator and labor to install both products. The Wounded Warrior Project raises awareness and enlists the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members, and provides programs and services to meet their needs.
Precision Garage Doors has provided garage door repair and new garage door installation in the Cleveland area since 2001.