It’s Time to make your House a Cozy Home.
Looking for home renovations that put money in your pocket?
Energy upgrades are the most effective way to control costs and make your home more comfortable. People today spend more time indoors than ever before, so our home environment has a great impact on our daily health and comfort. The average CT homeowner saves over $1,000 a year making easy improvements like sealing air leaks and adding insulation to their home.
Experts from the Housing Development Fund (HDF) and the Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge will help you figure out where to begin. HDF is hosting free workshops to help homeowners make energy improvements affordable. The Cozy Home Energy Workshops will discuss home energy use, explain different types of energy improvements and provide details about tax credits, rebates and financing that help residents renovate their home without breaking the bank.
Free childcare will be provided on-site. Spots are limited, so do register at the links provided below.
Thursday, June 6, 2013
6:30PM – 7:45PM
New Opportunities, Auditorium
232 N Elm St, Waterbury, CT 06702
HDF is a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and HUD-Approved Counseling and Lending Agency established 1989 as a nonprofit organization to finance the development of affordable housing. Since its inception, HDF has been creating affordable housing solutions for low- to moderate-income households in the high cost markets of southwestern Connecticut.
The Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge is a community energy savings program made possible by a $4.17 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, funded as part of the BetterBuildings initiative, whose mission is to create a self-sustaining building energy upgrade market.