Boston Standard Company invites you to join us as we celebrate National Toilet Paper Day, August 26. This year, we’ve partnered with FW Webb and Pine Street Inn to do something really special for the Boston community.

Pine Street Inn provides permanent supportive housing, job training and placement, emergency shelter and street outreach to more than 1,600 Boston-area homeless men and women daily. One area of chronic need among the homeless and those seeking assistance is toilet paper. While more than 1 in 7 households in Massachusetts received some type of federal food aid in 2013, program rules prevent this assistance from being used to buy basic sanitation supplies like toilet paper and soap.

Boston Standard Company has made a commitment to donate 50 rolls of toilet paper to Pine Street Inn for each heating, cooling or water heater installation we perform between now and National Toilet Paper Day – August 26. Our partner – FW Webb – the largest plumbing, heating, HVAC and industrial pipe, valves and fittings distributor in New England and New York, will match our donation up to 500 rolls!
We’re also inviting our customers to help. Each time you have Boston Standard Company perform service or maintenance in your home between now and National Toilet Paper Day – we’ll deduct $5 from our bill for every roll of toilet paper you donate – up to $30 per service call. It’s a great way to save money and provide direct assistance to the Boston community at the same time.

Boston Standard Company participates in many current state and manufacturer rebate programs that reduce the direct cost of purchasing and installing energy-efficient heating and cooling systems. In addition to reducing the up-front costs, your new efficient systems can also lower your monthly heating and cooling bills, putting cash back in your pocket every month!

Celebrate National Toilet Paper Day and help us give a hand to our Boston neighbors at the same time. For more information about how you can participate, please give us a call at (617) 288-2911 anytime.

Whether you’re in the market for a new heating, cooling or water heating system, or you just need service or maintenance, every call can help!

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