AcuSytem Inspections does more than just provide a variety of home and building inspections to the residential and commercial residents of Central Florida. While we are dedicated to providing the most thorough inspection reports for our customers, we find it to be even more important to give back to the communities we service.
AcuSytem Inspections, as a company and by individual employees representing our brand have taken part in or have dedicated our personal time the following community centers and charity events:
Volunteered and participated at several Seeds of Hope events. Seeds of Hope is a Lithia, FL based food bank that aims at nourishing the community when in need as well as taking part in several other donation events including school supplies, jackets, shoes, and more. To volunteer or donate, visit the Seeds of Hope website.
Volunteered over 150 hours at at A Kid’s Place in 2018. A Kid’s Place is a group foster home based out of Tampa, FL. A Kid’s Place aims to provide a safe and loving environment for children in the foster system. To learn more about or to become a volunteer visit A Kid’s Place website.
Helped packed food boxes and backpacks for the children at Gibsonton Elementary School in partnership with Shriner’s. To learn more about how Shriner’s has been helping the communities around them, visit their website.
Sponsored a charity softball tournament for a local kidney patient in Fishhawk, FL in 2018.
Sponsored and took part in several charity golf tournaments in 2018 and prior years including GTAR and Newsome.
Starting in 2019, AcuSytem Inspections has also made it a priority to provide employment opportunities for individuals in our community that often face a difficult time getting hired or receiving on-the-job-training for positions that provide more livable wages. We have created these positions to oversee our new Energy Division which consists of blower door testing, HVAC balancing, and energy audits. Each service will be answered by a two-person team, our Hero Team, consisting of one veteran and one autistic adult. Each new employee under the Energy Division is afforded paid training and is not expected to have any prior experience or education in the field of work before being considered for employment.
If you have any questions regarding our community involvement, would like to get involved right along with us, or have a charity or event you would like us to consider being a part of contact our office at (833) 228-7978. You can also submit an online contact form to get in touch with us.
If would like more information on our Energy Division you can review the online details here or contact us at the details provided above.