Kinetico San Antonio Helps Habitat for Humanity

November 5, 2014

Kinetico San Antonio teams up with Habitat for Humanity

Chris and Shay Knippa of Kinetico San Antonio volunteered with the San Antonio Chapter of Habitat for Humanity to continue work on a house sponsored by the South Lutheran Cluster. The Knippas lent a hand in the construction of this new home by finishing the construction of a shed and the house’s interior cabinets. They also painted the exterior of the home as well as all of the interior doors. The Knippas and their team at Kinetico San Antonio are known for staying active in the community.

“It’s a blessing to be a blessing,” Chris said. “We’ve worked hard in business so that we would be able to serve our neighbors as much as possible.”

Habitat for Humanity is always looking for qualified volunteers to serve on their charitable crews. You can volunteer the San Antonio chapter of Habitat for Humanity on Fridays and Saturdays after completing volunteer orientation.

“You won’t regret any of the time you spend with this great organization,” Knippa concluded.

To learn more about Habitat for Humanity, check out their website here. To learn more about the many benefits of soft water, visit Kinetico San Antonio today!

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