Save Money by Improving Your Property’s Energy and Water Efficiency

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Save Money by Improving Your Property’s Energy and Water Efficiency

Time: January 9, 2013 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: Clark-Devon Hardware
Street: 6401 N. Clark Street
City/Town: Chicago, IL 60626
Website or Map: http://www.cntenergy.org/even…
Event Type: free, informational, event
Latest Activity: Dec 31, 2012

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Join CNT Energy at Clark-Devon Hardware on January 9th for a free seminar. Homeowners and owners of 2 – 4 unit buildings will learn about valuable rebates, programs, and do-it-yourself tips to help save energy, water, and money. Attendees of this session will leave with useful knowledge of:

  • The basics of building science and how you can get a FREE home energy assessment and an instant rebate of up to $1750 from the Energy Impact Illinois program.
  • How 2-4 unit building owners can make simple, affordable improvements to save energy, improve building health and safety, conserve water, and prevent flooding issues. The Energy Savers program is a one-stop-shop that makes it easy for building owners to make these improvements by offering a no-cost assessment, cost-effective recommendations, financing options, utility rebates, construction oversight, and performance tracking.
  • Do-it-yourself tips on using hardware store tools to address carbon monoxide detection, improve indoor air quality, cut energy costs with weather-stripping, calking, and programmable thermostats, and conserve water with low-flow faucet aerators and rain barrels, and much more!

 

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