Boiler Repair Company Did This To The Family Of Newly Born Baby Will Leave You Stunned

Little acts of kindness are what make the world go round and warm the cockles of your heart.

It’s hard to imagine a worse situation than your boiler breaking down as a massive snowstorm is expected to hit your town, especially a day after you brought your newborn baby home from hospital.

But that’s exactly what happened to Maria and Jesse Hulscher, from Minnesota, USA after Maria gave birth to the couple’s second child, Adler.


Naturally they called a local repairman, Luckily company manager quickly dispensed one of his repairmen and the Huslcher’s boiler was fixed within the hour.

A few days they receive an invoice from company, with the parents expecting a hefty bill. However, when they read the receipt, the couple couldn’t believe their eyes.

A note underneath the repairs carried out read: “No charge – take care of the new baby.”



Company manager Craig told Fox 9 News he did the job for free to say congrats on the birth of their son.

He admitted he “didn’t know if it was a boy or a girl, if I should buy pink or blue,” so thought, “let’s get the child heat – how does that sound?”

The mother of child Adler Told:

I opened it up and looked at the receipt and it said, ‘no charge, take care of the new baby,’” Jesse recalled. “I was like, what? No. This can’t be real. And he’s like, ‘I know I can’t believe it either.




The social media post received nearly 2,000 comment and likes, with many sating well done to Craig and his company on their act of kindness.

One wrote: “There are still angels in the world ready to do a good deed instead of being selfish and greedy.”

Another commented: “I’ve had a similar experience working with Craig and the Magnuson Team!

What a fantastic story, it’s great to know that there’s still some good in the world.

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