Community: HVAC Business Awards Furnaces at Food Festivals

Winners are encouraged to donate the furnace to someone with a greater need.

Edwards Heating & Air, an HVAC company deeply rooted in the greater Atlanta area, will be giving away a brand new Carrier home furnace package at this year’s "Taste of Acworth" food festival, on Saturday, Oct. 14, and at the Taste of Kennesaw, Saturday November 4, valued at approximately $1,000 each.

Each day a separate winner will be drawn and will receive a home furnace and installation.

Dustin Edwards

Dustin and his wife, Kelly Edwards.

The Edwards team is appearing at the festival to remind residents that furnace season is here, as evening temperatures start to dip.

Local residents who may need a new furnace have a great local provider in company owner Dustin Edwards and his team. The company continues to find ways to give back to the community, and has taken care of those in need over its 16-year history.

“We’ve been blessed as a company to be able to give back to our communities throughout the greater Atlanta area since starting this business,” Edwards said.

Even if the local residents do not need a new furnace, they're encouraged to come out and register, as the company has a ‘pay it forward’ mentality and is happy to see others do the same if they win.

“In the past, we have seen many people donate their winnings to someone they know in need,” explained Edwards. “Being able to give something to someone and see them turn around and donate it to someone less fortunate is exactly the ‘pay it forward’ mentality we hope to instill within our community.”

Staying connected to the community is very important for Edwards and his entire team. Many employees have grown up where they work and have a sense of pride many only dream of when they go to work every day.

“Our team lives where we work and the customers we help, we often see in our daily lives,” Edwards said. “We must stay connected to the people, neighborhoods and programs throughout our area and do our part to make Acworth and Kennesaw better places to live.”

 

 

 

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