Help us give the gift of year-round comfort and energy savings to families in need.
To recommend a family fill out the form below.
At Barron Heating & Air Conditioning we know the importance of keeping your family safe and comfortable. This July, we’re donating a Single-Zone Daikin Ductless Heat Pump to two families that live in Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish, Island, or San Juan County.
And here’s why, a ductless heat pump delivers energy-efficient heating AND cooling, providing year-round comfort to a family that may not have heat this winter.
And we’re not stopping there! For every Daikin comfort system purchased between now and August 31st, we’ll put $100 towards a December “furnace fund”. This fund will be used to give the warmth of a furnace to families in need.
So, join Barron for Christmas in July. Let’s eliminate one more worry and give the gift of year-round comfort to families who need it most. To recommend a family fill out the form below July 1 – 31st.
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*Note: Barron Heating’s Furnace Fund will provide families a furnace this winter. Recommendations for families in need of a furnace will run November 1 – 30th.
2019 Recipient families:
The Fannins have two children, one a now four-year-old daughter named Summer, born with a Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH). The CDH caused many of Summer’s organs to grow inside her chest cavity before birth, leaving her with an underdeveloped lung and hospital-filled first few years of life. Air quality is crucial for Summer, so Barron Heating installed a new air conditioner onto their homes forced-air system to ensure she can breathe healthy indoor air year-round. This allows them to keep their doors and windows shut even in the heat of the summer.
The Brisky family has been through a lot, needless to say. In 10-years remission from Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Jamie Brisky was recently diagnosed with bladder cancer, and his wife Kathy is just finishing treatment for breast cancer. With medical bills piling up, their heat pump has chosen a terrible time to go out. A new Ductless heat pump will keep them warm this winter and take some of the worry out of their stressful lives.
Carolyn McDougle is a unique case, recommended by one of our own technicians. After performing maintenance on her furnace last year, it was obvious to him that her furnace was very unreliable—and logistically, the funds were not there for her to replace the unit. As a grandmother taking care of her grandchildren, Carolyn’s space badly needed the replacement. So Barron installed a new furnace, cleaned and sealed the ducts, and teamed up with Arrow Insulation to weatherize the crawlspace and more. Carolyn’s family will now be warm and comfortable this winter.
2018 Recipient families:
Todd and Haylie Taylor, foster parents and a family of six have been relying on only a wood stove for heat. “Several people shared with us that a ductless heat pump will help the Taylor family for so many reasons,” said John Barron, owner of Barron Heating. “Their care of foster children is inspiring and their home in the Day Creek community east of Sedro-Woolley gets more cold weather than most of us.”
Dana and Jill Ford’s family of four including their 4-year-old daughter with Pitt-Hopkins syndrome were nominated by multiple people during our Christmas in July giving event. “It was clear the Ford family could really benefit from the use of a ductless heat pump,” said John Barron, owner of Barron Heating. “Their child with Pitt-Hopkins syndrome, which affects approximately 500 people in the world, is greatly affected by temperature fluctuations.”
Liza Bancroft, a single mother of two children from Bellingham is in need of a comfort solution for her son. “People told us how much the Bancroft family could use a ductless heat pump,” said John Barron, owner of Barron Heating. “Liza Bancroft has a son with autism and the heat pump will stabilize his environment, which is important for his well-being.”
“We are happy we can make these families’ homes healthier and more comfortable.”
– John Barron, Owner of Barron Heating