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How a Home Heating System Prevented Hunger

Posted on July 29, 2014Rick Welter

Having a roof over your head and a functioning home heating system is a matter of life or death in Minnesota. Since Minnesota is one of the coldest states in the country, having a warm place to live is a necessity, not a luxury. When temperatures drop below zero, as they do almost daily in the winter, home heating systems are the only thing saving Minnesotans from a certain death.

However, rent doesn’t come cheap in a big city like Minneapolis and owning a home is an investment that many are unable to make. Even those who can afford a place to live may need to cut corners to pay their rent by removing things like groceries and warm clothing from their budget—or even going without a home heating system.

The Ray N. Welter Heating Company believes that all Minnesotans should have their basic needs for food and shelter met. That’s why we were happy to partner with our friends in the homebuilding industry to help them build a home entirely out of donated labor and materials.

Our friend, veteran homebuilder Joe Miller, has brought together carpenters from McDonald Construction, Destiny Homes and Country Joe Homes to build a home entirely out of donated materials. Although skilled carpenters are building the home, they are donating their labor instead of being paid. Once finished, the home will be sold conventionally—that is, to the highest bidder. What’s unique is that all of the profits from the sale of the home will be donated to Community Cares MN, a non-profit food bank that provides food to hungry people in the Twin Cities.

When it came time to install the home heating system, Joe reached out to the Ray N. Welter Heating Company for help. The Welter Heating team provided and installed the home heating system in this home because we believe that no Minnesotan should be without a warm home or a full belly.

The Ray N. Welter Heating Company reminds you to check your air conditioner when it first hits 70 degrees in order to ensure you can enjoy the heat in comfort and avoid hot weather delays.

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How a Home Heating System Prevented Hunger

Posted on July 29, 2014Rick Welter

Having a roof over your head and a functioning home heating system is a matter of life or death in Minnesota. Since Minnesota is one of the coldest states in the country, having a warm place to live is a necessity, not a luxury. When temperatures drop below zero, as they do almost daily in the winter, home heating systems are the only thing saving Minnesotans from a certain death.

However, rent doesn’t come cheap in a big city like Minneapolis and owning a home is an investment that many are unable to make. Even those who can afford a place to live may need to cut corners to pay their rent by removing things like groceries and warm clothing from their budget—or even going without a home heating system.

The Ray N. Welter Heating Company believes that all Minnesotans should have their basic needs for food and shelter met. That’s why we were happy to partner with our friends in the homebuilding industry to help them build a home entirely out of donated labor and materials.

Our friend, veteran homebuilder Joe Miller, has brought together carpenters from McDonald Construction, Destiny Homes and Country Joe Homes to build a home entirely out of donated materials. Although skilled carpenters are building the home, they are donating their labor instead of being paid. Once finished, the home will be sold conventionally—that is, to the highest bidder. What’s unique is that all of the profits from the sale of the home will be donated to Community Cares MN, a non-profit food bank that provides food to hungry people in the Twin Cities.

When it came time to install the home heating system, Joe reached out to the Ray N. Welter Heating Company for help. The Welter Heating team provided and installed the home heating system in this home because we believe that no Minnesotan should be without a warm home or a full belly.

The Ray N. Welter Heating Company reminds you to check your air conditioner when it first hits 70 degrees in order to ensure you can enjoy the heat in comfort and avoid hot weather delays.

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