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Have you scheduled your Energizing Indiana free home energy assessment yet? See Ruth Witten's article below regarding her HEA and what she learned about household energy savings.
Home Energy Assessment
by Ruth Witten
Do you know what your house’s R-value is? Do you have a ceiling vault or not? What is the R-value of your wall insulation? What should it be? How much infiltration does your house get? Did you know that contains moisture, odors and particulate pollution? How much improvement would result in saving an estimated 6.9% of your energy use?
What are the R-values of your windows and doors? How much energy saving could you achieve by replacing some of them or at least caulking the existing ones?
How efficient are your furnace and air conditioning units? How can you tell? Did you know that heat and AC account for 54% of the average household’s energy use?
Did you know that lowering your hot water temperature by a mere 20 degrees could save as much as 4% on energy use?
WELL…I know all of these money- and energy-saving things because we had our Energizing Indiana “Home Energy Assessment” recently, and it was an eye opener! It took about an hour, was free, AND Trinity Church gets $25 because we participated. What a deal!!
AND, of course you have replaced all your old light bulbs with CFLs—Right? Well, with your assessment you will receive a box of free CFLs too! What are you waiting for?
Note: Trinity’s participation in Energizing Indiana’s Home Energy Assessment program continues through March 10, 2013. To sign up online, see: “Save Money and Raise Funds for Trinity!” at http://www.trinitybloomington.org/serve/creation-care.
If you prefer registering via mail/fax, sign-up sheets are available at the church—in pockets on the Creation Care bulletin board near the Harvest Room. Questions? Contact Karen Smith at
Submit announcements for Trinity eNotes (admin [at] trinitybloomington.org) by noon on Wednesdays.
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