With extensive rebuilding continuing in the coastal communities rocked by hurricanes last summer, Goodman Manufacturing has announced it is extending a special program that has been providing considerable, verified discounts to flood-ravaged homeowners on Goodman® brand heating and air conditioning systems.
“Operation Returning Comfort” began offering emergency pricing discounts in September to help homeowners in Texas and Florida quickly rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Harvey and Irma. With many homeowners facing mounting financial challenges to rebuild, the program passes along direct savings on heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment via participating, local, independent Goodman dealers.
To ensure that homeowners receive appropriate pricing, the special discounts are verified by Goodman’s Homeowner Support Team, which makes random calls to validate installations. Both the local Goodman dealer and affected homeowner are also must complete and sign a participation form.
“Operation Returning Comfort began as a way to help flooded homeowners regain their indoor comfort quickly, but with the extensive amount of rebuilding underway, we saw a need to extend this program,” explains Jeff Underwood, vice president of marketing for Goodman. “Flooded homes have left thousands of people contending with large, unplanned expenses. We hope that by extending Operation Returning Comfort, our independent dealers in flooded areas can help homeowners in need.”
Flood affected homeowners can contact their local, participating Goodman HVAC dealer for full details on Operation Returning Comfort discounts. To find an independent Goodman dealer, visit www.goodmanmfg.com/support/find-a-dealer.
While hurricane-related flooding did not affect the operations of Houston-based Goodman, many of its employees and dealers in both Houston and in Florida suffered damage.
“We understand the pain may homeowners are going through and we hope Operation Returning Comfort can provide some relief,” Underwood says.
Goodman heating and cooling systems are designed, engineered and assembled in the United States. Most the units are assembled in Waller, Texas, just outside Houston. For more about Goodman, visit www.goodmanmfg.com.