Goyette Mechanical is once again helping to orchestrate "Project Heats On" to help several needy families in the Burton area.  This is the fourth year for the program.

Project Heats On selects 40 Burton area homes and provides much needed furnace cleaning, repair and even replacement free of charge for families in need.

Selected homes also receive free smoke detectors provided by the Burton Fire Department.

This year's event date is Saturday, October 20th, and over 20 Goyette technicians will volunteer their time and talents to help those in need.  Since 2009, 122 homes have received help through Project Heats On.

Applications for the program were made available at Burton City Hall and appeared in the Burton View Newspaper.  Applicants were selected by a committee of representatives from participating organizations, such as Goodwill Industries, Burton City Council, Burton Chamber of Commerce, ELGA Credit Union, Burton Rotary and All Trinkets and Printing, and the Burton View.

Hats off to the folks at Goyette Mechanical for helping to keep the heat on for people in need.