Susatainable Lexington, Better Homes Program- October 11th, Cary Hall
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Better Buildings: Taking Action & Busting Myths
Cary Memorial Hall 7:30PM
Sponsored by Sustainable Lexington
Is your home drafty? Do you have cold spots in your home? Would you like to save money on your energy bills? Would you like cleaner air and a healthier environment?
Sustainable Lexington has great news! Our Better Buildings program will show you how you can capture up to $2,000 in Massachusetts state rebates per year for energy saving home improvements while making your home much more comfortable.
Working with Sagewell, a local energy efficiency analysis company, we have completed a thermal energy study of about half of Lexington’s homes.
You’ll learn the surprising truths our survey has uncovered about Lexington homes. We’ll also bust some common myths about our homes.
You will leave with a clear and economical plan for saving money on your energy bills and improving the comfort of your home.
This will be a highly informative meeting introducing Sustainable Lexington’s Better Buildings program and how it can benefit Lexington residents.
This event is organized by Sustainable Lexington and is sponsored by Sagewell Energy Analytics and Next Step Living, Inc.
About Sustainable Lexington
Sustainable Lexington is a town committee appointed by the Board of Selectman to enhance Lexington's long-term sustainability and resilience in response to environmental, resource and energy challenges. The Better Buildings program’s goal is to reduce residential energy bills and greenhouse gas emissions 20% by 2020.