Tony Rose, VP of business development, working a Salvation Army red kettle. Farrell Insulation is matching donations in Ohio.
Photo of Farrell Insulation at Roanoke Rapids Realtors meeting.
The Roanoke Valley Lake Gaston Board of REALTORS® unites real estate professionals in the community for the benefit of REALTORS® and their clients. The Association is dedicated to the advancement of professionalism in the industry and is committed to maintaining a high level of ethical business practice.
Whether you are an area native searching for the perfect home, are thinking about relocation to our area, or are looking for a vacation/lakefront home or investment property, our professionals can assist you. Feel free to search for properties of interest and contact one of our REALTORS®
The Mission of our Association is “To Promote the Success of our Members and Enhance ‘Quality of Life’ in the Roanoke Valley/Lake Gaston Area”
Farrell Insulation has been featured in Ohio’s newspaper:Star Beacon. Devastasha Beaver wrote an article about Farrell Insulation’s involvement in the Home Performance with Energy Star energy efficiency program being presented at the upcoming Geneva City and Geneva-on-the-Lake Village Council meetings.
Our very own, Tony Rose, will be presenting the details of the program at the Geneva City Council Meeting, Monday at 7 p.m., and at the GOTL Village Council Meeting on Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m.
The Home Performance with Energy Star program consists of a home assessment and energy-efficient home improvements aimed to help eligible residents reduce their energy costs. This assessment and energy efficient improvements are covered by a rebate up to $1,250.
Farrell Insulation’s assessment includes an inspection of your furnace and a combustion analysis on appliances. The free home improvements mentioned above include: insulation, water heater pipe wrapping, kitchen and bathroom faucet aerators, HVAC filters, weather stripping, door sweeps, and a carbon monoxide detector.
The full story of Farrell Insulation’s presentation at the Geneva City and Geneva-on-the-Lake Village Council meeting can be read at Star Beacon.
A Project To Help Our Heroes
Farrell Insulation has teamed up with the Neighborhood Housing Services of Richmond, Inc to support our local heroes during Affordable Housing Awareness WeekApril 22-27, 2013. The goal of this project is to fully renovate a property that will be used to house military Veterans who are returning home from duty and trying to re-adjust to civilian life.
You Can Help
The Neighborhood Housing Services of Richmond are currently looking for volunteers to assist with this renovation. If you are interested in helping out with this project please contact Samuel Robinson at (804) 329-2500 or shoot him an email email@example.com. Obviously, Farrell Insulation has the insulation of this project under control, but there are plenty of other projects taking place on this property that need help.
Farrell Insulation’s Contribution
We are helping with this renovation with…you guessed it, adding insulation! The Veterans that live in this property will rest comfortably in their newly renovated energy efficient home. They will also reap the additional benefits of insulation such as improved air quality and moisture control.
A Message To All Veterans
On behalf of Farrell Insulation, please accept our sincerest gratitude for all that you do for this country. Your dedication and sacrifice to keep our country safe is humbling and your safety and well-being is always in our prayers. Thank you for all that you do.
For more information about this on-going project please take a look at the Neighborhood Housing Services of Richmond’s official flyer below.
We have a booth at the 2013 Triangle Apartment Association Trade Show. It has been a great turn out! So swing by our booth and say hello to Ronnie, he doesn’t bite. We are at this conference to tell property owners about our services. Several clients at this conference have used our services to reduce their tenants’ heating and cooling costs and their property maintenance costs.
How does that work?
Glad you asked. By utilizing services such as insulation and duct sealing, they are doing more than just saving their tenants money, they are saving themselves on equipment maintenance and replacement costs. This is achieved by reducing the run-time of their A/C systems. Less run-time equals less opportunity for a malfunction. But wait, here’s the kicker. We provided these services at no charge. Intrigued? Take a look at what we can offer to our multi-family clients if you would like to learn more, or swing by our Triangle Apartment Association trade show booth. Enjoy the show!