Furnace GiveawayOldest Furnace Contest
Oldest Furnace Contest
Do you think that you have the oldest furnace that is still in existence? If so, you could be the winner of a brand new furnace at no cost to you!
All individuals who use a gas or propane furnace as their primary source of heat are eligible to participate.
Please read all the contest rules prior to submitting your entry.
- The “oldest” furnace must be the primary source of heat for the home.
- The home must be owner occupied (rental properties are not eligible).
- Any additional costs, permits or code required improvements are not included. The winner will receive a heating system valued up to $3000. Installation includes an 80% AFUE furnace, the labor for the installation and all the components needed to properly install the unit. (Does not include the air conditioning components such as evaporator coils)
- Contest is limited to single family, residential homes within our service area.
- All entrants, who do not win, will receive a $250 coupon off a replacement furnace only and a $500 coupon off a complete heating and a/c system change-out. The coupon is only valid on installations that occur by November 30th, 2018.
- Heating unit must be natural gas or propane.
- All entrants of the contest must agree to “before and after” photos of the heating system and will sign a release form to allow TimeSaver Home Services the use of the photos on their website and for all other promotional use.
- In the event that a tie occurs, the first entry submission will be deemed the winner.
- Only one entry per household, multiple entries will be disqualified.
- All entries must be received on or before October 30th, 2018.
- Winner will be announced on October 31st, 2018.
If you are eligible for the contest, please fill out the form below:
The lucky winner will receive a single stage 80% AFUE furnace (45k btu to 125k btu). Installation will include removing old unit and installing new, reconnecting existing gas, electric, low voltage wiring, new digital thermostat, flue pipe modifications, reconnecting to existing supply and return ductwork with necessary duct transitions.