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Emergency A/C Help for Elderly, Las Vegas Woman
Published on Thu, Jul 3, 2014 (6:12 a.m.)Elderly, disabled Las Vegas woman gets emergency air conditioning help from local company.
Las Vegas, NV (July 3, 2014) – When One Hour Air Conditioning and Heating® technician, James Rawlins, arrived at 72-year-old Linda Saboy’s home he knew the situation wasn’t good. Saboy and her two dogs were inside the sweltering house with no working air conditioning. The high temperature on Tuesday was 111 degrees. Saboy is disabled and on a fixed income. She had no way to pay for the repairs or a new condenser. Rawlins immediately told the company’s Vice President about the situation and they went to work.
Yesterday, Wednesday, One Hour Air Conditioning and Heating installed a new condenser, valued at more than $4000 at Saboy’s house for free. “We were touched by Ms. Saboy’s situation. We are in the business of providing help and comfort to people, it’s what we do,” said Jason Ring, Vice President of the Las Vegas company. The company has a long history of supporting charity organizations in the community.
“I have never had a company show so much concern. They really saved my life and my two dogs,” said a grateful Linda Saboy. The air conditioning is now working well and Saboy is resting comfortably. She and her pets will be able to enjoy the 4th of July in comfort.
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