Davenport, Iowa (January, 2018) – Northwest Plumbing, Heating & AC has been serving the Quad City area and beyond since 1923. This year, Northwest continues their tradition of giving away a brand new furnace with their 7 th annual “I Hate My Furnace” Contest. The contest will continue throughout the entire month of January and will conclude on February 4 th.

The contest will provide homeowners of Scott and Rock Island counties the opportunity to win a brand new, high – efficiency furnace and installation valued at $3,600. Contest entrants submit a short story of why they “hate” their furnace. Last year’s contest winner was Carey Shouse from Moline, Ill. Previous winners include: Scott Bauercamper of Bettendorf, IA (2015), Michelle Ginn of East Moline, Ill. (2014), Ashley Miller of Silvis, Ill. (2013), Joshua Duncan of Davenport, IA (2012) and Kristy and Mark Saatthoff of Hampton, Ill. (2011).

 To enter, Scott and Rock Island county residents may visit www.callnw.com. Entry form will ask participants to upload a picture of their existing furnace. Northwest Plumbing, Heating & AC will review all entries and select the worst furnace.

The contest will conclude on February 4th . Winner will be announced live at the Quad Cities Home Show at the QCCA Expo Center and announced online the following day (February 5 th ). All contest participants will receive a $100 certificate towards a new furnace installation. Certificate will be sent via email address provided in entry form after the contest completion. Full contest rules and entry form are available at www.callnw.com. For additional questions regarding the contest, please contact Hannah Barney at Northwest Plumbing, Heating & AC at 563.391.1344.

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