Harts Services, a Pacific Nothwest plumbing company founded in 2013, celebrates a team of apprentices who lived up to the company’s “We Care More” motto in November by donating extensive time and service to a local Habitat for Humanity project.

Seven students from the Harts Academy apprentice program installed a new complete system of water and sewer pipes for the project, which is renovating a home for a Tacoma family this holiday season.

“At Harts Services, we’re committed to making a positive difference in our community,” said Harts Academy instructor Chad Glazier. “That’s something we teach our Harts Academy students, in addition to the critical skills they need for a successful career in the plumbing industry. We want them to understand that ‘We Care More’ is an important aspect of our mission, so it’s gratifying to see them putting our motto into action in a meaningful way this holiday season.”

Harts Academy is Harts Services’ innovative in-house apprenticeship program. Offering eight weeks of comprehensive classroom education and hands-on experience in an immersive plumbing training platform, Harts Academy prepares motivated trainees for a rewarding, high-paying career in one of America’s essential industries.

“Working with organizations like Habitat for Humanity is a great way for Harts Academy students to support those in need in our community during this time of year,” Glazier said. “It’s also an opportunity for them to get supervised hands-on learning experience in a real-world environment. That’s an incredibly valuable part of what we offer in this program. It helps Harts Academy graduates set themselves apart by earning knowledge that can’t be taught in a classroom.”

For more information about Harts Services, visit www.hartsservices.com.