CENTER HARBOR — NHSaves will hold a "Button Up" workshop on Thursday, May 24, in the Cary Mead Meeting Room at the Center Harbor Municipal Building at 36 Main St. The workshop is co-hosted by the Center Harbor Energy Committee, the Town of Moultonborough, the Town of Sandwich, and the Holderness Energy Committee. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the presentation will start at 7 p.m.
The "Button Up" workshop provides New Hampshire energy customers with information, incentives, and support designed to save energy, reduce costs, and protect our environment statewide. It is a 90-minute presentation about how to improve the energy efficiency of your home. It covers basic building science principles as well as examples of whole house weatherization measures that will button up your home for the heating and cooling seasons. It also covers details about the energy efficiency programs offered by New Hampshire utilities to provide energy audits and weatherization, rebates on electric and gas appliances, as well as new construction.
New Hampshire residents wishing to use energy more efficiently, conserve energy and save money on their heating and cooling bills, will find the information very useful. The "Button Up" workshops are presented by a knowledgeable BPI Certified Building Analysts and a utility representative will also be available to answer further questions about their programs.
“We have brought this workshop to our town to bring this important information to our fellow community members," said Carol Sullivan of the Center Harbor Energy Committee. "Learning how to save energy while making our homes more comfortable is a good thing to do. I hope many people will take the time to attend this informative workshop.”