Lennox – Feel the Love


Winston Churchill once said that we make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.

Gandy Installation’s long relationship with Lennox has afforded them an opportunity to give back, and provide comfort to the community they serve in many ways.

Lennox stated in their news release “Each year we get better, reaching more people with the message that Lennox dealers are caring, hometown businesses”.

Gandy Installations believes that is true. “We’re more than just a leader and innovator in the HVAC industry – were people too. People who care for and about the communities where we live.

Thats why were on a mission to give back to those who have made it their mission to serve others in our community. We want to play an active role in creating communities that care for one another by sharing a little bit of love to those in need of a helping hand. Were working together to make the world a better place, one community at a time.” .

Through Feel the Love (FTL), Lennox dealers have installed more than 850 high-efficiency furnaces and contributed more than $4 million in support of local communities. This event drives home the importance of community-based efforts. FTL is a clear message that you are the foundation of your hometowntruly neighbors helping neighbors.

Lennox’ Feel The Love (FTL) program expanded to Canada,this year bringing much needed heating and cooling equipment to deserving families who need a helping hand.

Early this month, (October 6, 2018) Lennox donated the HVAC equipment, and Gandy donated their time and talent, including installation materials, and the family that receives the donation pays nothing at all

A nominee was selected to receive donated HVAC equipment based on a range of criteria, including (but not limited to) involvement in their community, military service, or financial hardship. Shannon Gandy was happy to be able to help the chosen nominee. “We reached out to the community to seek nominations to someone in need. Our nomination lives in Aldergrove, has lung cancer and is terminal and has not had heat in three years.”

Here are some photos from installation day. Our nominee now has heat for the winter season and the many cold days ahead.