Energy Network to Host Open House Showcase for Healthy Homes Campaign

slide0001_image0512The City of Culver City is partnering with The Energy Network to help homeowners see first-hand how Culver City homes can become energy and water efficient. On August 16, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., community members can walk through a typical Culver City bungalow near downtown that was built in 1940 and recently upgraded using statewide rebates. The upgrades not only make the home more energy and water efficient, but provide more comfort, better air quality, and greater resale value.
The homeowners will be on hand to answer questions about the upgrade process and their before-and-after experiences. Upgrades to the home include insulation, air sealing, LED lights, efficient windows, a more efficient air conditioning system, and a tankless water heater. In addition, the home features zero-VOC paint and recycled wood floors as well as drought-tolerant landscaping.
The Home Tour will include refreshments, prizes, and a chance to meet other green leaders in the city. Homeowners can also learn about financing options to make upgrading easier. To rsvp for the tour and learn the home’s address, visitors should go to www.tenres.com/culvercity.
This event is part of the City’s 100 Healthy Homes Campaign to encourage 100 homeowners to begin their own energy efficient home upgrades using statewide funds before the end of 2015.
The Energy Network is administered by Los Angeles County and funded by California utility ratepayers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. For more information about The Energy Network workshops or the Culver City 100 Healthy Homes Project, contact the Energy Network at (877) 785-2237 or email [email protected]

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