Atlanta Furnace Repair Company Gives Back to the Community through Volunteerism and Charitable Donations

Bardi Heating, Cooling and Plumbing recently participated in a Habitat for Humanity build and hosted an employee fundraiser benefiting the Norcross Cooperative Ministry.

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Bardi employees at the Habitat for Humanity build.

We enjoy volunteering and getting to know our neighbors and the resources like Habitat for Humanity and the Norcross Cooperative Ministry that help to build our community.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 10, 2014

On January 25, 2014, Atlanta heating repair company Bardi Heating, Cooling and Plumbing participated in a Habitat for Humanity build sponsored by Clark Howard, radio host and TV consumer expert. In addition, the Bardi Employee Charitable Foundation held a fundraiser in November to collect donations for the Norcross Cooperative Ministry. The funds raised were presented to the non-profit organization during Bardi’s annual drug free workplace meeting held on January 24.

The Habitat for Humanity build site was located in Atlanta at 1414 Clark Howard Lane. The home was one of several under construction by Habitat for Humanity on a new road named after sponsor Clark Howard. Bardi employees and clients assisted with basic construction including building the framing of the home and putting up new sheetrock.

Bardi employees held a fundraiser in November to benefit the Norcross Cooperative Ministry, a faith-based non-profit providing emergency aid and services to families in Norcross and Gwinnett County, where the Bardi office is located. This was the first fundraiser held in the new office location.

The funds raised were presented to John Byerley, President, and Shirley Cabe, Executive Director of the Norcross Cooperative Ministry during Bardi’s annual drug free workplace meeting. Bardi was the first heating and air conditioning contractor to be certified Drug-Free Workplace (DFWP) in Georgia. During the meeting, Bardi also celebrated employees who have provided 10 or more years of service: Tommy Rape, Lance Nordall, Jose Mega, Ricke Jenkins, Bob Jarrett and Jimmy Lovinggood.

“One of our core values at Bardi is to always, always, always do the right thing and that includes giving back to our community,” said Alex Bardi, owner of Bardi Heating, Cooling and Plumbing. “We enjoy volunteering and getting to know our neighbors and the resources like Habitat for Humanity and the Norcross Cooperative Ministry that help to build our community.”

Bardi Heating, Cooling and Plumbing is a family-owned HVAC and plumbing company in Atlanta. Founded in 1989 by Alex and Susan Bardi, the company has been providing the Atlanta area with quality HVAC services for almost 25 years. Bardi also offers plumbing repairs and services, and is home to an experienced management team as well as an outstanding team of NATE certified technicians, whose number one priority is to keep their customers satisfied by “always, always, always doing the right thing.” For more information about Bardi, visit the company online.