Estes Services, and HVAC Company in Atlanta, has a love for dogs and especially service dogs. That love was a big reason the company recently reached out to a local non-profit.
Canine Assistance, a local non-profit organization focused on training service dogs, noticed one of their facilities was not staying cool enough. On September 14th, Estes Services had determined the Puppy Barn had been warmer than normal this summer. The very next day, Estes sent a diagnostic technician out who identified and repaired the issue on the spot at no cost to Canine Assistants.
“We knew this was something we had to do, to make sure all those dogs were not overheating. Having a canine mascot, Bo, we knew this was the right thing to do and look forward to finding more ways to help out such an awesome organization,” said Tommy Estes, owner of Estes Services.
“The safety and well-being of our future service dogs is top on the list of importance to Canine Assistants and keeping them cool during the summer months is a priority. We cannot thank Estes Services enough for coming out to the farm to fix our AC system to make sure our dogs have comfortable kennels to stay in. Their commitment to the community is outstanding,” explained Grace Murphy, Canine Assistants director of development.
Learn more about the story on Estes website. http://www.estesair.com/blog/cooling-off/