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Posted Sunday, February 8, 2015
Pittsboro, NC - Chatham homeowners can save a load of money in the coming months and years and help to create a more sustainable community for all. The Pittsboro Presbyterian Church Eco-Justice group is making it easy to get started by hosting a free Home Energy Conservation Workshop to be held at Pittsboro Presbyterian Church from 10 am to 11:30 am on Saturday, February 28.
As a participant at the workshop you will receive free conservation tools (like low-flow shower heads and energy efficient light bulbs and more) and proven energy conservation tips. But that's not all. By attending the workshop you can also qualify to receive $700 in energy conservation upgrades that will reduce your home utility bills.
That's right! The Home Assessment and Energy Retrofit Program enables qualified homeowners to reap a $700 benefit on assessment and retrofit services thanks to a State Energy Office grant. The program provides for a professional home assessment followed by on the spot retrofit improvements (such as air sealing, water heater insulation, new filters, CFLs/LEDs and much, much more.)
In partnership with the NC Cooperative Extension E-Conservation Program, the Pittsboro Presbyterian Church Eco-Justice group invites all citizens to sign up now to attend this free workshop to be led by Laura Langham, the Energy Conservation Program Manager for Youth, Family, & Community Sciences - NC State University. While it is possible to attend the workshop without pre-registering, it will help the organizers to determine the amount of materials to have on hand if attendees will please pre-register by visiting this web link.
Don't miss this opportunity to receive free home energy saving tools and tips, and learn more about how to qualify for the Home Assessment and Energy Retrofit Program. Because the program has a limited number of openings, homeowners are encouraged to act now by pre-registering for the free home energy conservation workshop to be held Saturday, February 28 from 10 am - 11:30 am at Pittsboro Presbyterian Church, 95 East St. in Pittsboro (one block east of the Courthouse circle).
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