Our customers have supported us year in and year out since we were first founded, and we wanted to say 'thank you' by giving back to our community.
Clayton, NC (PRWEB) March 03, 2015
Carolina Comfort Air recently launched its "Working Hands, Warm Hearts Community Comfort Program" by installing a complete HVAC system at no charge in the home of a deserving family.
Carolina Comfort Air selected Dwight and Linda Sorrells of Pine Level from a pool of nominees. Carolina Comfort Air's Marketing Director Aimee Sharrett explains why they chose the Sorrells, "Dwight Sorrells is a good Christian man and has been giving to his community his whole life."
Mr. Sorrells was diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma in 1992. Since then he has also battled diabetes and bladder cancer. He is currently undergoing chemotherapy treatments at the Veteran's Administration Hospital in Durham. He has always been an active member of his community and has continued to do what he can throughout his illnesses. Sharrett added, "Dwight lost his leg during the treatment process but is still helping people" and "his attitude is amazing."
Carolina Comfort Air is honored to give back to people like Mr. Sorrells. According to Sharrett, "We're blessed to be able to do something like this" for deserving families in the community.
Each month in 2015, Carolina Comfort Air is donating a new HVAC system worth approximately $5,000 including installation free of charge to a nominated family who lives in Carolina Comfort Air's service area. Recipients must reside in Johnston, Wayne, Harnett, Cumberland, Moore, New Hanover, Onslow, Pender or Wake counties.
Anyone can nominate a family by filling out an application available on Carolina Comfort Air's website.
About Carolina Comfort Air
Founded in May 2007, Carolina Comfort Air specializes in full service HVAC installation, maintenance and repair for residential and commercial customers. With its roots in Smithfield, Carolina Comfort Air has since expanded its business to include Clayton, Raleigh, Jacksonville and Dunn.
To expand upon its philanthropic contributions, Carolina Comfort Air developed "Working Hands, Warm Hearts Community Comfort Program" in order to do more for their community. Co-founder and owner Phillip Tyler explains, "The mission of this program is to provide safe and reliable home comfort to a less fortunate family." Tyler added, "Our customers have supported us year in and year out since we were first founded, and we wanted to say 'thank you' by giving back to our community."