2020 has been a tough year for everyone, including Efficient Home Solutions, so we love having something to celebrate. For the past ten years, Lennox International has been proud to offer the Feel The Love program.
Through this exciting project, Lennox has installed heating or cooling equipment at no cost to help those facing physical, mental, or social disabilities, financial challenges, or job loss. Military and community service are also key factors for choosing HVAC recipients, and this year, Lennox is dedicating even more of its resources to benefit first responders and those keeping us safe during the COVID‐19 pandemic.
Loving Lennox In Allen
Earlier this month, Lisa Holmes of Allen became the most recent recipient of Feel The Love. She was thrilled to receive an evaporator coil from Lennox, to replace her existing one that had a refrigerant leak. Lisa was presented with the coil by Annette Giraldo, Lennox Territory Manager, and David Rivera, President of Efficient Home Solutions. As a Lennox dealer and proud member of the North Texas community, we love giving back. Congratulations, Lisa!
More About the Program
Feel The Love was started in 2009, and since then, Lennox and dealers like EHS have completed over 1,000 installations across North America (230 last year alone!). In 2020, we’re all facing new challenges that have resulted in everyone spending more time at home. Lennox wants that increased time in our homes to be as comfortable as possible, starting with the air we’re breathing.
Stephanie Bond, Director of Marketing at Lennox Residential, explains it this way: “As an essential business, it is our honor to provide equipment and services to individuals and families impacted by crises and circumstance. The spirit of Feel The Love is particularly vital this year as the shockwaves of the COVID‐19 pandemic reverberate throughout the world, affecting our health and economic stability, and of those we love. We, along with our dealers, are committed to working together to support the local heroes and frontline workers that continuously make courageous sacrifices for their communities.”