Our Commitment to Giving Back
When you meet the team here at Window Expo, you will realize that we are more than just another home improvement contractor. We are a locally owned and operated company that loves our community and treats our customers like family.
Matthew 6 Ministries
As part of our deep commitment to our community, we believe we have a calling to take care of those around us, especially those who are less fortunate and not able to take care of themselves. Seeing a need in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Window Expo owners Jackie and Paul Dietzler founded their own non-profit organization called Matthew 6 Ministries. The goal of this organization is to end child hunger and homelessness, starting right here in our beloved Texas community.
That means when you hire Window Expo for your home improvement project, you will also be making a difference in a child’s life. To learn more about Matthew 6 Ministries, visit www.matthew6ministries.org.
Journey To Dream/Kyle’s Place
Window Expo was honored to assist Journey to Dream with a window installation for their new housing facility, Kyle’s Place. Kyle’s Place is a transitional living program for homeless youth, where they are given support through medical care, food and housing; and taught life skills to become self-sufficient – all at no cost.
When we learned that their windows were old and many residents were using towels to stop the hot Texas summer from coming in, we installed new windows at no cost! To learn more about Journey to Dream and Kyle’s Place, take a look at their website: http://journeytodream.com/kyles-place/.