FRONT ROYAL, Va. — Aire Serv of Bull Run is continuing to give back to its community by donating HVAC services to the Warren County Habitat for Humanity.

Ray and Tina Bramble, owners of Aire Serv of Bull Run, are constructing a house on Happy Creek Road that is expected to be ready in time for Thanksgiving. Aire Serv of Bull Run will perform all of the mechanical work in the house as part of its continuing efforts to give back to the community.

“We understand that giving back to the community is important, and we look for ways to give back when we can,” said Tina Bramble. “This house is an opportunity for someone to have something great, and we are just glad to be a part of that happiness.”

This is one of many charitable opportunities the Brambles and their Aire Serv business have taken part in over the last few years. Last year, Aire Serv of Bull Run and Ferguson of Winchester donated and installed commercial air scrubbers to the Humane Society of Warren County, which significantly reduced odors and treated the contamination on surfaces. It is used as a low-maintenance way to provide air treatment through HVAC systems while requiring no cleaning.

The donation substantially reduced the number of cases of upper respiratory infections and kennel cough in the animals, which meant there were no instances of euthanasia from upper respiratory issues either.

Publication date: 10/27/2014 

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