MILWAUKEE — Wright Mechanical partnered with other local contractors and Building Homes for Heroes during a Welcome Home ceremony in Louisville, Kentucky, for U.S. Army Sgt. Devin Marshall. Throughout his service, Marshall suffered many injuries that have impacted his mobility. His injuries require specific modifications to his home in order to live safely and focus on his recovery.
To support Marshall, Johnson Controls donated a YORK® heating and cooling system with a Wi-Fi® capable YORK touch-screen thermostat to better assist him with adjusting his home’s temperature without the need to get up. Wright Mechanical donated the HVAC installation services for the veteran’s new home.
“Having the support of companies like Johnson Controls and Wright Mechanical gives us the opportunity to honor injured veterans with a mortgage-free home,” said Chad Gottlieb, director of construction development, Building Homes for Heroes. “The customized amenities companies like Johnson Controls are able to bring to these homes allows veterans to live their lives in greater comfort and dignity.”
Building Homes for Heroes is a national organization that recognizes those who serve in the United States Armed Forces by supporting the needs of severely wounded or disabled soldiers and their families. The organization strives to build or renovate quality homes and donate them, mortgage-free, to injured veterans nationwide.
“There is no greater honor than giving back to the veterans that have sacrificed for our country. We are proud to provide Army Sgt. Devin Marshall with a comfortable environment in his new home and the ability to adjust his thermostat remotely to accommodate his limited mobility,” said Scott Wright, owner, Wright Mechanical.
The YORK brand of Johnson Controls has been a proud sponsor of Building Homes for Heroes since 2014. The company has been recognized by US Veterans Magazine as a top veteran-friendly company. Johnson Controls is also committed to hiring veterans and military spouses. Veteran employees are honored to design, engineer and assemble systems that help improve the lives of fellow veterans.
Publication date: 1/14/2019