Placerville resident wins HVAC unit

By From page A12 | November 01, 2013

SACRAMENTO — Beutler Air Conditioning & Plumbing, a leading residential heating and air conditioning company based out of Sacramento, selected Placerville resident Shirley Mattison as the winner of the “Help A Home” program. The “Help A Home” program was designed to give a deserving individual or family a new HVAC unit to not only beat the heat, but to improve the home’s indoor air quality. Mattison was carefully selected to win the grand prize of a free air conditioning and heating system for her mobile-home in Placerville.

Beutler representatives decided early on that Mattison was more than deserving of the new system. Mattison’s sister entered her in the contest. Mattison had been living with a broken air conditioner for four years, with only a window fan to cool her in the summers that reach well over 100 degrees, and a portable space heater to warm her in the winters. She is retired and lives on a fixed income, working part-time with special needs students at a local public school. Purchasing an $8,000 heating and cooling system was simply not in Mattison’s budget.

The new HVAC system from Beutler Air Conditioning & Plumbing that was installed in Mattison’s home will significantly lower energy costs, keep the home cool and comfortable, and improve air quality inside the home. Poorly maintained or out-of-date air conditioning units can lead to a number of problems in the home, including temperature inconsistencies, polluted indoor air, higher energy bill costs, and expensive repairs from the system working overtime.

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