Carrier Corp. Donates Energy-Efficient HVAC System

Carrier Corp. Donates Energy-Efficient HVAC System

Carrier Corp., a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp. and Mingledorff’s, Inc. partnered to donate an energy-efficient heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system to Atlanta Habitat for Humanity. The unit has been installed in a new home that Ms. Cassie Pickens and her family will be moving into their new home on September 12. For more than 20 years, Carrier’s donations have helped Habitat for Humanity families have a comfortable, economical home. By the end of 2007, Carrier had donated 335 units and that number continues to grow. In addition to systems, Carrier has sponsored Habitat for Humanity homes worldwide with more than $1 million in donations and thousands of employee volunteer hours. The Pickens household received a Comfort Series™ Packaged Heat Pump, Carrier’s energy-efficient, year-round home comfort system. The Carrier system, donated by Atlanta-based HVAC distributor Mingledorff’s, Inc.

Photo: First time homeowner Cassie Pickens and her family stand in front of their donated energy-efficient Carrier HVAC system with (back, left to right) Lindsey Pauszek, Carrier representative; Alex Cook, Atlanta Habitat houseleader; Ron Creekbaum, Mingledorff’s territory manager; Ray Maynard, Atlanta Habitat director of construction; Marci Bozeman, Atlanta Habitat director of development; Jim Spinello, Mingledorff’s general manager North Georgia district.

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