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Bridge MI interviews All Star Mechanical Larry Kirchoff

It’s THE AD that has everyone talking. Bridge MI interviews Larry Kirchoff about it in this article. The article (fittingly for Bridge) does feature other vignettes from business owners doing good and some, not so much. But mixing business with activism is what makes Larry who he is and it’s no surprise to the Lansing community the passion that Larry brings to both HVAC and social justice issues. Read more here:

https://www.bridgemi.com/business-watch/lansing-frustrated-hvac-shop-owner-goes-political-and-goes-viral?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

Lansing All Star Mechanical Goes Viral on Twitter, gets media attention for “Woke” ad:

Lansing All Star Mechanical ran an ad in a local paper (the City Pulse). Lansing-area fans know Larry Kirchoff is passionate about advocating for black and brown lives – but he really advocates for us all to take a look at our own internal biases – and help dismantle the systems that keep people oppressed.

The Detroit-area Metro Times saw the viral tweet and reached out to Larry to interview him. Click here to read the interview.

The ad that started it all!

What size furnace or A/C unit does your home need?

Does your HVAC company oversell you on a big unit you don’t need? You might not need that giant furnace or A/C unit. Larry explores this in a short interview by Lansing’s own WLAJ 53.

Everyone’s home is different, but the biggest thing we see is that most HVAC companies over-install something too big (that includes new builds). This causes your HVAC system to cycle on and off more frequently, causing wear and tear. Larry breaks it down, and it’s a short video, under a minute. Worth your time if you’re investing in a furnace or A/C unit now.

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This was a little hard to watch at first, but we’ll worth it. I couldn’t disagree with any of the responses, but I just couldn’t tell if Walter Isaacson was asking questions authentically, or if he was being smug. I’ll tell you this, the last five minutes were critical if we want to change our course.
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All Star Mechanical
Last one for today, maybe