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A New View Windows & Doors, Inc. Donates 16 Windows to Shelter for Abused Women
Santa Ana, CA—(December 14, 2010) A New View Windows & Doors, Inc., a Santa Ana, CA based window and door replacement company, together with Milgard Windows has donated 16 energy efficient vinyl replacement windows, and the labor to install them, to WTLC’s shelter for women in Orange County. WTLC, Inc. is a non-profit, community-based organization of women and men committed to seeking solutions to end domestic violence and human trafficking. The organization provides a wide array of services for those that have been victims of domestic violence or human trafficking. Services include emergency shelter, transitional housing, a residential children’s program, community outreach, and more. ” The new windows will provide a level of security, safety and comfort that we would not be able to provide without the generosity of A New View Windows & Doors and Milgard Windows.” Lori Maxfield,WTLC Board – Facilities Liaison
“We are pleased that we can offer these new windows, and the labor to install them, to WTLC in support of all they do for others,” said Jamie Cockerill, owner of A New View. “We are glad that we can help to make this home a safer and warmer environment for those that are living here while they getting help and putting their lives back in order”.
A New View is one of the largest window and door replacement companies in Southern California, servicing homes in Orange, Los Angeles and Riverside Counties. They also work with several builders doing new construction and major remodels including apartment complexes. The firm offers more than just vinyl retrofit windows. They specialize in nail-on windows, bay/bow windows, entry doors, stucco matching, new openings, build-ups, cut downs, and more.
“We look forward to providing more services, including windows and doors, to WTLC and other facilities that do such a tremendous job in helping people rebuild their lives after becoming victims of domestic violence and human trafficking”.
For more information about A New View, visit www.anewviewwindows.com, or call 866-976-3139. For additional information on WTLC, visit www.wtlc.org.