POSITIVELY IMPACTING OUR COMMUNITY
Force Home Services and our employees feel compelled to give back to the community that supports us. Through our faith and sense of moral obligation we want to be of service to those in need. These are some of the projects and services that we are involved in or have recently served.
OPERATION: FINALLY HOME
Operation Finally Home is a charitable foundation that partners with local builders and trades to build new homes for our wounded soldiers to help with their return home to their families. These homes are provided at no charge and are designed to meet the soldier’s special needs.
In 2011 the largest Home Improvement show in the state, Texas Home Improvement with Jim Dutton, teamed up with Force Home Services and Prestige Designer Homes to build a home for a wounded U. S. soldier through Operation Finally Home. The Soldier – In 2004 Army Spc. Hugo L. Gonzalez was the Turret Gunner on a Humvee in Iraq when a bomb exploded, hitting him with shrapnel. He suffered a life-threatening head injury and underwent a craniotomy to relieve brain swelling. The attack left him blind in his right eye. He has limited vision in his left eye. Hugo and his wife Any have three children.
Force Home Services was proud to install the high efficiency heating and cooling system for the Gonzalez family.
FHS Gives Back
We are grateful for the support that you and all of our other customers give to Force Home Services. Support is a two-way street and we like to ‘give back’ to the community. “FHS Gives Back” is a way for you to help your favorite organization by means of a friendly competition between the supporters of three local community groups. Force Home Services will donate to each organization based on what place they come in at the end of Sunday, March 31, 2019.
You’ll also receive a coupon just for voting!
- 1st: $1000
- 2nd: $500
- 3rd: $250
- Voting: 1 vote per day per person.
- Votes with unverified emails will not be counted.
- One person cannot vote for other people. Play fair. It’s okay if one person votes for family members, but not for multiple people (this is tracked and votes will be disregarded if this is done.)