ACRPC ENERGY COMMITTEE OFFERS FREE PROGRAM ON WEATHERIZATION FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS ON AUGUST 28
The Addison County Regional Planning Commission Energy Committee will present a program on Weatherization for Residential Buildings on Thursday, August 28 from 7:00-9:00 pm at their offices at 14 Seminary Street in Middlebury. The program will be presented by Mr. Fred Lugano, a retired expert on indoor air quality, energy conservation, and building durability. Fred has many years of experience in building renovations, as Owner of Lake Construction in Charlotte. He has written several key articles on fixing damp, moldy houses and cold, drafty houses, cellulose sealing, and practical climate control. He is particularly skilled at solving difficult building problems that involve preservation of the structure, providing comfort, and assuring indoor environmental health.
Mr. Lugano’s presentation will include an overview of the principles of thermal and moisture protection, passive weatherization methods applicable to old buildings, and special considerations for mobile homes. He will show you how to detect problems yourself and the most cost-effective ways to solve them. You will gain valuable insight from this industry expert. The Committee will also provide information on financing weatherization modifications and local weatherization funds available to low-income households.
This free public program is one in a series of monthly programs on energy conservation and sustainable energy options offered by the ACRPC Energy Committee. For more information on the Committee’s activities and future programs, contact Elizabeth Golden at 388-3141 or email@example.com.
(thanks to Warren King)