Heat the Town, Explained

Re:                         October 3, 2015 – 12th Annual Heat the Town, Columbus

What:                  The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCCO) – Central Ohio Chapter and  Its members will volunteer their technicians, trucks and resources to provide heating assistance to less fortunate homeowners in Columbus who could not otherwise afford to have their heating systems cleaned and checked and to have their homes checked for high levels of carbon monoxide.  Since 2004, ACCCO members have contributed over $500,000 in parts and labor and over 2,000 recipients have received the services offered through this program.   All homeowners are screened and monitored through the Columbus/Franklin County Community Action Agency, IMPACT.

Now, once again in 2015 ACCCO members will join together and provide a FREE heating system cleaning and carbon monoxide check to approximately 150 homes in Columbus.

The “Heat the Town, Columbus!” program is intended to meet the needs of people who need help to ensure their heating systems are operating safely.

When:                 Saturday, October 3rd — 7:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

 Opening ceremonies will be held at Trane 2300 Citygate Dr. #100  Columbus, OH 43219 beginning at 7:00 a.m.  Technicians will depart Trane no later than 7:30 a.m.

Breakfast and lunch are provided.

Facts:                   Chair:     Cynthia Hutson, Fire & Ice Heating and Air Conditioning 842-2100
Coordinators:   Christine Rausch             McClain Davis                                                               ACCCO Central Ohio       IMPACT Community

923-1057 (office)           614.453.1603




PLEASE NOTE:  Our goal is 3 Service Calls per Technician on the day of the event.  We have worked extensively with our partner, IMPACT, to ensure we are servicing customers who are truly in need of our help.  They’ve done a great job in revising their application process to identify the people who need help the most:  seniors, the disabled, and veterans – all who live inside I-270.