Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning Blog

December 5, 2023

Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning is based on 5 Core Values: Leadership, Excellence, Trust, Ethics, and Community. We believe Community is fostered through a culture of compassion, acceptance and belonging, with a focus on service to others. We have been serving Fort Collins and the surrounding community since 1934, but we believe the service goes well beyond furnaces, air conditioners and water heaters.

We are very proud of our history, which included a program called “Charity of the Month” During covid we couldn’t visit non-profit organizations to present a check, but we continued to help out deserving charities and causes in the background. We also been members of Realities for Children, which helps fight child abuse, for over a decade. We are also proud supporters of Serve 6.8, Respite Care and many other local organizations.

Recently we visited Harmony House in Fort Collins and Presented CASA of Larimer County with a check to help support children who have experienced abuse and neglect give them the opportunity to thrive.CASA of Larimer County

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A few years back our President, Glenn Frank, was driving to work on Timberline Road between Prospect Road and Mulberry Street. He was disgusted by the trash that was thrown out on the ground. It really struck a chord because that stretch of road crosses over the Poudre River and is also part of the Kingfisher Point Natural Area.

Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning need to get involved and help clean up the area. We were told by some friends that the City of Fort Collins has an Adopt-a-Street Program. It wasn’t long before we were part of that program.

Now, 3 times a year, we get a group of volunteers together on a Saturday morning and pick up trash along Timberline Road. It it a great team-building exercise and we help keep Fort Collins the beautiful city that it is.Walking Back

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