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PSI HomeSavers launches summer A/C program for elderly or disabled

PSI HomeSavers will once again sponsor its summer air conditioner program for elder or disabled homeowners in Houston, according to Robert Conklin, executive director of PSI HomeSavers.

Through the air conditioner program, PSI HomeSavers provides homeowners who are disabled or are at least 62 years old who do not have a working air conditioner with a window unit. HomeSavers also is seeking financial contributions to cover the cost and installation of the units.

“As hot as it gets during the summer in Houston, having a working air conditioner is more of a. necessity than a privilege,” Conklin said, “By providing air conditioners for homeowners who can’t afford one, we help protect them from the intense heat that can be dangerous to their health.”

Applicants for the air conditioner program must be low-income, live within the Houston city limits, own their home and not have an air conditioner in their home that is currently working. Units are not available for renters, apartments or condominiums. Homeowners interested in applying for the program should contact PSI HomeSavers at 713-659-1806.

PSI HomeSavers, a non-profit organization founded in 1982 by Rob Mosbacher, is located at 1111 Fannin, Suite 1335. HomeSavers initiates and encourages private sector involvement in addressing critical community needs with resources, expertise and compassion. HomeSavers’ primary focus is the delivery of free home repairs to qualified low-income elderly or disabled homeowners.