Garner Cleveland Record

Business Briefs: Jan. 25


Carolina Comfort Air reaches out

Carolina Comfort Air, based in Clayton, has announced a new community outreach effort, “Working Hands, Warm Hearts,” that will give away one new home comfort system to a family in need each month of 2015. Individuals can nominate a family by filling out an application at c Each month, one application will be selected from the nominees in Johnston, Wayne, Harnett, Cumberland, Moore, New Hanover, Onslow or Wake County. The recipient will receive a new HVAC system worth about $5,000.

Mauney earns builder certification

Joshua B. Mauney, of Paragon Building Group, Inc., has been granted the Graduate Master Builder (GMB) designation. The GMB program is administered by the National Association of Home Builders Education. To qualify for the GMB designation program, a builder must have attained either the Certified Graduate Builder or Certified Graduate Remodeler designations and have five years of building industry experience, or have completed an additional three NAHB-approved courses and have at least 10 years of industry experience.

Renkas joins Access

William Renkas has recently joined the Access Physical Therapy and Wellness team in its Clayton location. Renkas is skilled in therapeutic exercises, soft tissue manipulation, joint mobilization and more. For details about Access Physical Therapy & Wellness, go to