Late late year, my house, with LEAP’s (Local Energy Alliance Program) help, became much more comfortable and energy efficient.
Energy efficiency is good for the environment, but it’s even better for saving money, and “how much does this house cost to run” is one of the most important questions a buyer can ask and a seller can answer.
the press release –
What Do Homeowners Say About Their Home Energy Improvements?
â€¨Hear directly from homeowners at free panel discussion and workshop March 15
Maybe you’ve heard about the Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP), the low-interest PowerSaver loans from UVA Community Credit Union or home energy efficiency in general. You’re curious what’s involved, what it costs and whether your house is a good candidate for things like insulation, duct sealing and HVAC upgrades.
March 15 is your chance to hear from the REAL experts: Homeowners who have already blazed this trail.
Get an inside look at home energy improvements from the homeowner’s point of view. More than 300 of your Central Virginia neighbors are saving money on their energy bills and enjoying more comfortable homes with LEAP’s Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program. Hear directly from some of them about the challenges their homes and families faced, what they learned in their assessment, what upgrades they did, how much it cost and the benefits.
GreenMatters Workshop: Before and After Home Energy Improvementsâ€¨Thursday, March 15â€¨5:30-7pmâ€¨608 Ridge Street (ecoREMOD: The Energy House)
RSVP: email@example.com or 434.227.4666
â€¢ Jim Duncan, winner of the 2011 PowerSaver Home Energy Makeover Contest.
â€¢ Tyson Baldridge, who worked with LEAP in his do-it-yourself capacity for his home energy improvements
â€¢ Moderated by Guy Caroselli with LEAP, a.k.a. the â€œHouse Doctorâ€