Enter the 3rd Annual Holiday Comfort Giveaway!

As we give thanks this holiday season we also know there are many less fortunate than us. People often think that those in need live in other neighborhoods, states, and countries, but the truth is that there are many people who could use some help living right in our community. 

 

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For the 3rd year, we are giving away a BRAND NEW Natural Gas Heater or Electric Heat Pump, with Full Installation!*

How do you enter a nominee?

Fill out the form on the right. You can enter yourself, or enter someone you know who may need the heater. 

Who can enter? 

Anyone who lives in Atlantic or Cape May Counties.  You can nominate yourself, a friend or just somebody that you’ve heard is having hard times. Entries will be accepted until December 21, and the beneficiary will be chosen shortly after that.

What if you’re nomination is not the beneficiary of the giveaway?

We’re trying to provide as much as we can and even though we can’t give everybody a heater we can still help.  Simply by making a submission you will be sent a coupon for $200 off a heater replacement—use it for yourself or give it to a friend. 

How will the beneficiary be chosen?

Our selection is need based and we’re looking for somebody that has a heater that doesn’t work. It’s not an easy thing to do but it’s up to Bob and his sons to make the final decision. We will look at each submission case by case and visit many of the homes to see what is involved. 

Here Are Some Previous Beneficiaries! 

This is the 3rd Annual Holiday Comfort Giveaway, and we want to show a little spotlight on the previous winners!

Rita B.

2014

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Constance L.

2015

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Jen G. 

2015

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Good Luck and Have A Great Holiday Season!

Remember that if you have any home comfort needs in the Atlantic or Cape May County Area, we are here to help you out! Just give us a call at 609-400-1005! 

*Includes connections to existing electric wiring and gas lines and connecting to existing duct work. Local permit costs and the costs of any upgrades required by code officials are additional.