Jackson & Sons Heating and Air Conditioning has announced their collaboration with Habitat for Humanity and area volunteers to help one local family make the dream of owning a home a reality.

Continuing a tradition of giving back to the community, this September, over 20 members of the Jackson & Sons family donated their time and little bit of muscle to the Habitat for Humanity home on 208 Erwin Drive.  On Friday, the 13th, the group worked on hanging the sheathing walls and installing the new roof. The crew will return to the site to continue their work on September 20th.

“Supporting our community is a top priority here, and our work with Habitat for Humanity has been a fantastic opportunity to give back to a community that has given so much to us,” says President and CEO Danny Jackson.

The work on the current home construction continues an ongoing relationship with the organization. In the past, Jackson & Sons has donated heating and air conditioning systems as well as equipment and labor. Their work has helped many families throughout Wayne County enjoy their new home in comfort.

Jackson & Sons has a rich history of giving back to the community. Regular contributors to United Way, The Wayne County Boy's and Girl's Club, Boy Scouts of America, the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association, Mount Olive College, and other local charities, they proudly support the philanthropic organizations who serve Wayne County.

Founded in 1974, Jackson & Sons Heating and Air Conditioning is the leading HVAC provider for residential and commercial customers in the region.