Giving back to the community

When growing up, I saw how my parents struggled to care for us and our grandfather.

My granddad was a handful! He suffered from Parkinson and also had Alzheimer.

This meant that he needed round the clock care and with my parents both working full-time tasks, there were a lot of accidents that could have been avoided if we had a caretaker for him! When a seniors home opened up in town, my family commanded my parents that it would be better to admit my grandad there. They were right because my grandad seemed to love the place and the friends he made there. We would visit him every other weekend, then later we grew up and had jobs. I specialized as a heating professional, and we decided to give back to our community. I had my own home repair company that gave help with indoor comfort to all property owners, residential and commercial alike. After assessing the quality of interior comfort at the home, we established that it needed a heating unit. The dual fuel program that was there was no longer efficiently serving the growing number of patients. The heating business delivered the new furnace and the latest digital control unit. The management could not hold their excitement when the heating company began with the upgrade process. At least the new component would boost the effects from the fireplace in the standing area. To maintain the new system, we commanded the management to observe the official heat pump repair which involves official gas furnace/heater tune-ups and frequently replacing the furnace filter to improve the function of the furnace. The seniors at the home were genuinely appreciative as they were now warmer during the frigid winter time days and afternoons.

heating tune up