Sensible Heating & Cooling’s customers gained comfort and a sense of relief from the heat while giving back to help feed families from northern metro area school districts this summer. Through our partnership, beginning in March, Sensible has been able to donate in each customers name, a total of over $2,500 to local charity Food for Hope.
As the cooler days of autumn approach Sensible looks forward to working for customers with safety in mind and excellent service to prepare for the need for heating comfort. If you’ve been thinking about installing a new furnace, air conditioner or a full HVAC system now you can have it done and give back to your community. Contact Sensible Heating & Cooling for a free estimate and we will donate $25 to Food for Hope in your name. Commit to installing a furnace or air conditioner with us and the donation on your behalf increases to $50. Let Sensible install a full HVAC system in your home and we will donate $100 dollars to Food for Hope in your name.
Trust Sensible to improve your comfort as winter approaches while warming the hearts of families in need in our own community by donating to Food for Hope. For more information about our partnership with Food for Hope visit our blog, or contact Sensible owners, Dan Schmied and Phil Jensen.
About Food for Hope
During this summer of COVID-19 difficulties Food for Hope volunteers packed and distributed 23,400 bags of nutritious food for children and their families in Adams County. This includes Westminster Public Schools, 27J Schools and Adams 12 Five Star Schools. Food for Hope’s goal is to one day help children in every school district in Adams County as well as helping students who may not receive adequate food at home.
About Sensible Heating & Cooling
Sensible Heating & Cooling is Denver’s Premier Heating & Cooling Company, offering a wealth of experience and knowledge in traditional HVAC, as well as alternative systems such as geothermal, heat pumps and boilers. To learn more about Sensible and to take our virtual estimate survey, visit http://sensibleheat.net/.