Being a family owned business since 1967, we have grown into being more that “the guys who fixes your furnace”…or at least we hope we have. Being here this long means that we have made relationships and means that we have built a reputation. Over the years we have given back to the community that we have become a part of and done what we can to build a better Boise for ourselves and our neighbors. We wouldn’t be here without everyone else’s support so it only makes sense to be there when others need us.
Last week we were given the opportunity to participate in a little grunt work at the Homes for Our Troops building project. Without hesitation, one of our employees volunteered and was on site at the opening ceremony last Friday morning. It wasn’t a ton but it felt great to be contributing to the cause. This house is currently in construction for a soldier who lost three of his limbs in combat. This house will enable him to live more freely in his wheelchair providing more handicap-friendly features.
Today, our guys are out installing an HVAC system for a Habitat for Humanity build. This new home is being built for the Mora family of 5 in Caldwell. It was quite exciting to be standing in the structure of what will soon be this family’s new residence. We like to think that what we do is more than heat and cool a home, it’s creating a comfortable, safe environment in the place you spend your most cherished and valuable moments with the ones you love. Sounds cheesy, but it’s true. Our home and the time we spend in it may in fact be something we all take for granite at times so we find it a valuable lesson to put ourselves in the shoes of those less fortunate and also help celebrate the wonderful contribution Habitat for Humanity and all of the other contractors are doing to change the lives of the Mora family and others. We can’t wait to see the finished product.