New Statewide Energy Efficiency Workshop for Homeowners
By Carrie Boyle, COSC
Given that almost half of all heating, cooling and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in U.S. homes never perform to their advertised capacity and efficiency due to incorrect installation, homeowners have an opportunity to save up to 30% in utility bills by attending COSC's "Lessons in Home Maintenance."
FREE to attend, thanks to funding from the Iowa Energy Center, residents and contractors are invited to join COSC's insightful sessions from 5:30pm to 8:00pm; specific dates and locations can be found at icosc.com. To register, contact Carrie Boyle at 515-707-2784 or Carrie@icosc.com or visit icosc.com.
COSC's "Lessons in Home Maintenance: Getting More From Your Heating and Cooling System" arms homeowners with greater understanding of how a properly functioning HVAC system can:
Attendees learn about the current state of the HVAC industry, the factors that affect the actual efficiency of HVAC systems, and how to interview and select a qualified HVAC professional.
Upcoming "Lessons in Home Maintenance" dates and locations include:
This homeowner workshop series supports Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA) HVAC System Adjustment and Verified Efficiency (SAVE) contractor trainings by taking place in the same cities. A listing of SAVE Certified Professionals is accessible online at icosc.com and www.mwalliance.org/programs/save/save-listing.