Heat pump, energy-saving workshop offered in Cavendish

The Cavendish Community and Conservation Association in conjunction with the Town of Cavendish will host a heat pump workshop at 6 p.m.Thursday, Feb. 12 in the town office meeting room, 37 High St. in Cavendish.

The workshop will include a presentation by representatives of Prudent Living Homes and of Brite Lite Electric of Windsor,  who will talk about how air-to-air and ground source heat pumps work and why they can be an effective heat source for a climate such Vermont’s.

While no one can predict all his or her future housing concerns, energy consumption should be at the top of the list. Heat pumps can cool a house in summer, and warm it in winter, and each owner can recognize an immediate payback in comfort and significant energy bill savings, while lowering his or her carbon footprint.

The presentation will be both informational and educational, focusing on the steps to take to make homes more energy efficient with new technology. There will be plenty of time for Q&A and, by the end of the workshop, participants will understand more about the way their home uses energy and one way to make it more efficient.

Residents of Cavendish and any other town are invited to attend. For more information about the workshop, please call Peter LaBelle at 802-226-7250.

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