Du-West Helps Texas Home Improvement Build a House for a Wounded Soldier

Du-West teams up with Texas Home Improvement to build a new home for Chris Sullivan, who was wounded in Afghanistan and in a home shooting.

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Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 22, 2013

Syndicated radio show “Texas Home Improvement with Jim Dutton” recently teamed up with Du-West and other home improvement sponsors to build a new house for PFC Chris Sullivan, who was injured while serving in Afghanistan, then was injured in a shooting after he returned home that left him a quadriplegic.

Sullivan was awarded a Purple Heart for injuries he sustained in Afghanistan as he tried to save the lives of fellow soldiers when their mud hut was hit by a suicide bomber. When he returned home to California, he was shot in the neck during his welcome home party as he tried to break up a fight. Sullivan went through several surgeries, but fought to stay alive. The shooting left him a quadriplegic, however.

Texas Home Improvement teamed up with KTRH morning show host Matt Patrick, as well as the Houston Texans and Harbour Classic Builders to build a new home for Sullivan. Jim Dutton, host of the Texas Home Improvement Show, said, “Every week I take calls from people who show their pride in their homes with a desire to take the best care of it they can. If we have a chance to make the dream of home ownership a reality for a wounded U.S. soldier, how can we not do that?”

Sullivan and his family were honored during a special halftime presentation at a Houston Texans game on December 16, 2012. It was then that Texas Home Improvement made the announcement that they would be building a new home for Sullivan. The house was built in League City’s Tuscan Lakes Community by Harbour Classic Builders, with help from Du-West full service repair solutions.

The house features products donated by the Houston Texans and Texas Home Improvement sponsors, including Du-West. The house includes a number of energy efficient products like a high SEER rated HVAC system, foam insulation in the walls, a radiant barrier in the attic and high e-rated vinyl double pane windows. These products will minimize energy costs and maintenance for Sullivan and his family. Best of all, they received this home free of charge.

For additional information about Texas Home Improvement, contact Executive Producer Brian McFarling at 214-244-2186. To contact Du-West with foundation repair, plumbing, air conditioning, heating or other service questions, call 1-800-457-2966 or visit http://www.du-west.com.

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Beginning in 1978, Du-West set out to do one thing extraordinarily well: provide the best possible repair solutions to Texans. Du-West leads their industry because they’ve developed techniques to revolutionize foundation repair. Today, Du-West continues growing, consistently developing a repair customers can depend on by a company worthy of trust.


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