Each fall Western Heating & Air enjoys giving away a brand new furnace to someone in need.
Our community means so much to us and the "Gift of Heat" is one of our ways to give back. Our hope is to provide warmth to someone's home for many winters to come.
To be able to give the "Gift of Heat" is something we look forward to, with anticipation, all year.
But, we can't do it without your help!
"This year we accepted nominations for someone in need and we found the perfect person! We were able to install a new high efficient furnace for a sweet widow from American Fork who had been diagnosed with breast cancer. She has made and donated thousands of blankets for people in need. We were very honored to meet her and return the Gift of Heat to her!"
"It was an honor for us to gift this year's furnace to a family of seven. The homeowners have five beautiful daughters under the age of 11. They are a busy family. Jake is working full-time as well as being a full-time student. Megan is working hard as a stay-at-home mom raising their children and helping Jake through school.
The Clines were nominated twice because of the 18-year-old furnace they have been nursing along for the last 3 or 4 years. During the cold months, Jake or Megan would have to get up throughout the night every two hours to relight the pilot light in the furnace, just to keep their family warm. Not only are they grateful for the“Gift of Heat” but also for the gift of sleep! "
Henrietta Wise of Alpine, Utah! This sweet mother, grandmother and great-grandmother was nominated by her son, Gary, for the Gift of Heat.
For over 38 years Henrietta has stayed warm with this simple wall heater. Our Most Wanted Techs and our friends from Johnstone Supply helped us provide her with an upgraded, efficient wall heater. Her home is now much warmer and will be so wonderful for the cold months ahead.
Henrietta is very talented and crochets beautiful creations for her family and loved ones. It was a privilege and honor to meet her and listen to her share her stories about her family and her late husband. She was so humbled and grateful for the Gift of Heat!
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