The Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation is offering a half-day session on increasing the energy efficiency of historic homes while maintaining historic integrity. Learn more about the May 17th program.
From CT website: Searching for ways to save money on energy costs AND maintain the integrity of your historic house?
Then you will not want to miss this program! Hoffner Residential Conservation Services will perform an energy audit for the circa 1827 Eli Whitney Boarding House for Working Men which will include a demonstration of blower door and infrared testing. Jay Bright, AIA, Architect, certified by the State Historic Commission, will discuss ways to increase the energy efficiency of the building while maintaining its historic integrity.
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