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"Heat Up Colorado" program installs free furnace for resident

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COLORADO SPRINGS - The HVAC Solutions, Inc. and Lennox installed a furnace for Angie Kennedy of Colorado Spring Saturday. 

HVAC Solutions has partnered up with Lennox in a program called "Heat Up Colorado." 

The program provides a new Lennox furnace fully installed to a deserving family at no cost to the family. 

Lennox provided the furnace and HVAC Solutions, Inc. provided materials and permits required for the complete furnace installation. HVAC Solutions employees are donating their time to install the new equipment. 

Jason Leimkuhl of HVAC Solutions says the program was started 10 years ago in Wisconsin and has been making it's way across the county.

Leimkuhl the program is a great way to give back to the community. 

More information on the Heat Up Colorado program can be found on the website, www.heatupcolorado.com.

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