Available through June 30, “Operation Returning Comfort” Helps Flood-Ravaged Homeowners Replace HVAC Cost-Effectively
HOUSTON – With more hurricane relief funds being now awarded to states hit by Hurricane Harvey and Irma, Goodman Manufacturing is extending a special program that has been delivering considerable, verified discounts to flood-ravaged homeowners on Goodmanâ brand heating and air conditioning systems.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently awarded $5 billion to Texas for flooding relief. On the heels of that announcement, Goodman has extended “Operation Returning Comfort” through June 30, 2018 – providing emergency pricing discounts to help Texas and Florida homeowners rebuild in the wake of last year’s devastating hurricanes.
Months after storms ravaged Florida and Texas, thousands of homeowners are still contending with flooded homes and large, unplanned rebuilding expenses.
“Operation Returning Comfort” began offering special relief discounts in September 2017 immediately after the hurricanes. To help homeowners facing financial challenges to rebuild, the program passes along direct savings on heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment via participating local, independent Goodman dealers.
As national disaster recovery funds begin rolling in, extending “Operation Returning Comfort” can help Goodman’s independent dealers provide more relief to homeowners in need, explains Jeff Underwood, vice president of marketing for Goodman.
Flood affected homeowners can contact their local, participating Goodman HVAC dealer for full details on Operation Returning Comfort discounts. To find an independent Goodman dealer, visit www.goodmanmfg.com/support/find-a-dealer.
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