ACORN presents: The Greening of an Old House

02/23/2009 5:10 PM by

ACORN presents another of it’s “Fix-It-Up” workshops, the first in a series on The Greening of an Old House, Saturday, February 28th,from 9AM-noon at St. John’s Church Parish Hall. Blue Crump of CityspaceConstruction and CityspaceSolar will present information about how to make your older house greener and more efficient. Cost is $15 ($10 for ACORN members) and reservations are required.

To reserve a place or to get more information, call (804) 644-5040 or send an e-mail to

From the ACORN email about the event:

According to the U.S. Green Building Council, buildings account for 65% of electricity consumption, 36% of energy use, 30% of greenhouse gas emission, 30% of raw materials use, 30% of waste output, and 12% of potable water consumption.  Cityspace operates on the premise “that a greener house is a better built, more efficient house.”  While they offer new construction services, renovations and remodels are a primary part of their business.  This is your opportunity to get answers to the questions, “Why– and How– to go Green?” 



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