Jackson Systems is joining The Heating and Air Conditioning Alliance of Indiana and its members by volunteering resources to provide heating assistance in Marion County. The program is designed to ensure that homeowners on fixed incomes have adequate and safe heating in their homes this winter. This year volunteers will be completing over 60 furnace clean-and-checks in just a few short hours on Saturday, October 6, 2012. This is the eighth year for this program and Jackson Systems is proud to have been a part of this important initiative since the very beginning.
Who will benefit from Bring the Heat on Saturday, October 6, 2012?
1) Homeowners in the city of Indianapolis who are on fixed incomes and who could not otherwise afford to have their heating systems cleaned and checked.
2) Homeowners in Marion County who are pre-screened through certain adult service agencies who are on fixed incomes and who do not have other financial resources. The work will consist of clean and checks on furnaces and if necessary repairing broken furnaces.
3) Not-For-Profit agencies in Marion County who service elderly and less fortunate people within Marion County.
Four Jackson Systems employees are donating their time and skills to help beat the heat. Work will include preventative maintenance and repairs on heating systems that are scheduled in advance of Saturday, October 6, 2012.