Home Energy Efficiency and Weatherization Workshop, Tuesday, February 28, Greenfield

  • 22 Feb 2017
Home Energy Efficiency and Weatherization Workshop, Tuesday, February 28, Greenfield
Event Description

Home Energy Efficiency and Weatherization Workshop
Presented by tje Center for EcoTechnology

Tuesday, February 28
6 - 7 pm

Greenfield Public Library
402 Main Street - Greenfield

CET's hosting a weatherization workshop for low-income residents and families in Greenfield that do not qualify for the MassSave program and may be on the wait list for Community Action services. Learn about skills such as sealing their basement with spray foam, caulking windows, putting up door sweeps and weather stripping, and covering pipes next to water heaters. Information will also be presented on how to apply for free home energy assessments and fuel assistance through Community Action programs.

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