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Goodman Announces Homeowner HVAC Relief Program for Victims of Ruinous Midwest Flooding

With record flooding destroying and damaging homes throughout the Midwest, Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P. is deploying its Neighbors Helping Neighbors: Operation Returning Comfort program to help flood victims recover.

Flooding in the Missouri River Valley is leaving thousands of homeowners facing financial challenges to replace damaged heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Operation Returning Comfort will provide special, verified discounts on Goodman brand heating and air conditioning systems from participating, local Goodman dealers in flood-ravaged Midwest areas.

The program, running until Sept. 20, is designed to pass savings directly to an affected homeowner so that they can begin recovery efforts quickly.

To ensure that special discounts are received, Goodman’s Homeowner Support team will make random calls to homeowners to confirm they received appropriate pricing. Both the local Goodman dealer and affected homeowner must complete and sign a participation form that confirms installation.

Flooding often damages a home’s HVAC system, leaving behind hidden dangers that can eventually cripple its ability to perform. Flooded homeowners are encouraged to have a qualified HVAC technician inspect both indoor and outdoor HVAC units before using them – even if the system is energized and appears to be working.

To help flood-affected homeowners with this program, HVAC dealers should contact their local Goodman distributor for the authorization form to sign and also for homeowner program flyers describing Operation Returning Comfort.

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