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Your home is your sanctuary.Warmth and comfort are the most important ingredients in a happy and healthy home.
When a Vermont winter sets in or summer temperatures start climbing, your house may not be ready.
As of 2018, more than 50% of Chittenden County's housing stock was older than 40 years old. Integrating energy conservation with investments in healthy home upgrades provides a cost-effective means to improve the safety and efficiency of affordable quality housing, particularly for older homes.
The Energy Co-op Efficiency Team can help solve problems that make houses too hot, too cold, or use too much energy.
Key improvements like air sealing, insulating and installing more efficient heating and cooling systems can keep your house functioning at its best all year long.
By Brian Gray
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