Phoenix Woman Receives Donated Air Conditioner Installation From Mesa Based AC Company

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86-year old widow, Carol Simpson’s 55-year-old rooftop air conditioner has not worked in over 18 years. At 11:00am on Friday, August 29, 2014 that will change when a brand new heat pump cooling and heating unit will be installed on her home.

It takes a lot of generous people to make this happen and I’m proud to call them friends!

The new unit is being installed by Magic Touch Mechanical, Inc., a Mesa, AZ based company that provides HVAC and Energy Efficiency Audit services to homeowners.

“We are one of the companies taking part in Project Cool Aid a program started by the Arizona Chapter of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America ten years ago”, said Magic Touch owner Rich Morgan.

“We are donating the labor, the cost of the crane and supplying some of the materials needed, and there are a few other companies participating as well,” says Morgan.

Goodman/Daikin, an AC manufacturer, is donating the equipment and The Metal Shop of Mesa, AZ donated the sheet metal needed. Other donors including RE Michel a cooling and heating materials supplier chipped in other materials needed for Magic Touch to complete the install for Mrs. Simpson.

Phoenix Mayor, Greg Stanton who recommended Mrs. Simpson be considered for the Project Cool Aid Program, will be on-site for the installation and praises all those involved for giving back to their community and especially to those who need it most.

“It’s a great feeling when you can help someone like Mrs. Simpson. She is such a sweet and grateful woman and I’m glad we can help. It takes a lot of generous people to make this happen and I’m proud to call them friends” said Morgan.

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