A local double glazing company has been most charitable at this festive period, seems they have installed windows for free (or virtually free) to a number of local residents according to a report in the Coventry Telegraph today.
Clearly a successful company which likes to give back to the community it serves. It seems that since the formation of the business in 2004 Emperor Windows have grown and developed a Community Windows Project; a charitable initiative, giving the elderly or disadvantaged access to windows and doors, at a reduced or even zero cost.
The article reads, Emperor employees across the board contributed in some way, with office staff organising the support, factory staff making the frames and the installation teams giving up their Saturday morning to help the ex-AF serviceman keep the heat in for this coming winter.
As well as this, the company have also donated £1000 to Help for Heroes.
General Manager, Kelly Ord, said: “Emperor are very proud of our armed services whether stationed abroad or at home. For active service or retired veterans, we would like to officially extend an immediate discount of up to 35 per cent to these heroes.”
We think one good turn deserves another, so we have upgraded their account to GOLD status which will help them publish their company details more on DGC, for the next 12 months.
Well done to all concerned at Emperor Windows, it is really nice to report on a double glazing company doing good for the local community, click here for their details