4th Annual Heat the Town - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/24/04

4th Annual Heat the Town

As we start to see lower temperatures in the forecast, more and more heaters will be turning on for the winter. The Air Conditioning Contractors of America were out Saturday checking to make sure heaters are safe to use. It's part of the 4th annual "Heat the Town" program.

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Crews assisted residents with free heater inspections throughout the day. But Comfort Masters employee Jason Burt says it's more than just the heater that needs to be in good condition to keep your house warm this winter.

"Everything from insulation to windows, we can help out. We see there is a problem the we've got a bunch of different organizations to pull from to help make that better," Burt said.

Heat the Town is an annual event to make sure all Lubbock families stay warm during winter. The program served about 100 families this year.

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