Community Involvement

Here at Merritt Island Air & Heat we take pride in serving the Central Florida community. We donated a complete Trane heating and air conditioning system and ductwork to Nana’s House, sponsored numerous teams and clubs, and helped raised money for the Toys For Kids Foundation. It is our goal to continue to give back to the communities that have kept us in business since 1971. Here are a few examples of our recent community involvement.

communityInvolmentAfter reading a newspaper article about an organization called Nana’s House, we decided to call and find out what this organization was all about. We were touched by the article about neglected, abused, and needy children, but that was nothing compared to the love and passion that Kim, the President of Nana’s House, has for this cause. Nana’s House is a group children’s home for neglected, abused, needy, or abandoned children, ages 0 – 18. These children are provided for in every manner. Their mission is to provide a safe, secure, loving home where these children can experience God’s love and healing. We were sold.

So we meet Kim at the house in Palm Bay, ran a design heat load, concluded it need a 3 ton system, that the A/C in the house currently was no longer functional, and that it needed ductwork. With that information we installed a Trane 14 SEER Heat Pump with a Variable Speed Air Handler. Hopefully giving to this program provides comfort to children less fortunate than most.

We donated a free heating and air conditioning system to the Toys For Kids Foundation. The system was auctioned off live on the air with 107.1FM during the Christmas Holidays, and it raised $4,500.00. (This was our second time participating in the annual auction.) The Stahl residence won the auction and had a Heat Pump installed in their home. We want to thank the Stahl family for the winning bid, and for helping children have a little better Christmas in these trying economic times.

Below is a list of organizations, clubs, and events we’ve sponsored over the years. We encourage you to take a look at the events and some of the pictures.

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