2020 Oldest Furnace Content Winner
Carbon Valley Heating and Air would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to everyone who took the time and entered our annual Oldest Furnace Contest!
The 2020 winner is Ben & Rachel Lafferty of Longmont, CO. We were delighted to bring our expert installation services to Ben & Rachel’s home.
With our guaranteed installations, experienced & NATE certified technicians, they can rest easy knowing that their new Carrier Performance™ 80 Gas Furnace will keep their home warm and work exactly as it should.
Josh Robertson, CEO of Carbon Valley said, “We are happy to give back to the community and provide a new and more efficient furnace to a community member in need.”
Our Oldest Furnace Contest requires applicants to submit photos and details about their current furnace, with the confirmed oldest and most out of date winning a brand new furnace.
This year we had many amazing contenders, awarding prizes to three runners up: Tyler Whaley, Alan Smith, and Lisa Chartier. The runners up all received a carbon monoxide detector, to ensure continued safety, in the event of any carbon monoxide leaks in their homes.
Customer safety is on top of mind with old furnaces, the EPA states the average AC or furnace lasts about 12 years. After that, the danger of operating that system goes up exponentially the older it gets. If you have questions about your older model or need assistance give us a call and speak with one of our expert team members. We’re happy to help you with the process of purchasing a new heating unit, and offer the best service around.
For your chance to win, be sure to keep an eye out for our 2021 Oldest Furnace Contest this fall!