The Four Seasons Furnace Giveaway

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Four Seasons Heating, Air Conditioning, and Plumbing, Chicagoland’s leading HVAC company, is looking for Chicago and Northwest Indiana’s oldest furnace as part of the the Four Seasons Prehistoric Furnace Contest. Four Seasons will replace the winner’s furnace free of charge with an energy efficient furnace.

This is an excellent opportunity for any homeowner frustrated with high energy costs. This contest is your chance to cut energy bills and live a little greener without paying out-of-pocket for the upgrade! ” --Dave Musial Owner and CEO of Four Seasons

Four Seasons, a heating, cooling, and plumbing company based in Chicago, is searching for the oldest furnace in their Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana service area. Homeowners in this area with outdated, inefficient units are encouraged to snap a photo of their ancient furnace and send it to Four Seasons along with the make and model of the unit. The homeowner with the oldest system will have the opportunity to replace their prehistoric furnace with a new Lennox energy efficient model from Four Seasons free of charge.

Four Seasons is sensitive to the energy issues of the day. Inefficient furnaces account for an enormous amount of wasted energy every year. By replacing even just one prehistoric furnace, Four Seasons can save the city of Chicago millions of Btu’s over the lifespan of the unit.

From February 1st through April 15th, Four Seasons will collect photos of prehistoric furnaces in homes all across Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana. The lucky homeowner with the oldest furnace will be announced on April 16th, 2013 and will have their old system upgraded to a brand-new, energy efficient Lennox furnace. In addition, every homeowner that applies to the contest will receive an exclusive offer from Four Seasons.

For more information on the Four Seasons Prehistoric Furnace Contest as well as additional rules and restrictions, go to http://www.fourseasonsheatingcooling.com/prehistoric

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