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Keeping Warm in Older Homes
Wed 26 April 2017, 19:00 – 21:30 BST
This event is suitable for Home owners and occupiers, and tradespersons.
Starts at 7:15 pm with presentations by Moses Jenkins of Historic Environment Scotland and Brian Barker of Home Energy Scotland followed by Questions and Answer session.
Home Energy Scotland and Argyll & Bute Council advisors available for discussion.
- Moses Jenkins, Senior Technical Advisor Historic Scotland
- Brian Barker Home Energy Scotland specialist advisor
You'll find out about how to keep warm in older homes, including options for installing different types of wall insulation, glazing and draught-proofing. You'll hear the views of experts from Historic Scotland and Home Energy Scotland.
You'll be able to sign up for a free home energy visit conducted by a specialist Home Energy Scotland advisor who will provide you with bespoke advice suitable for your home, the savings you can make and incentives available.
We're keen to help you to make informed choices about how you can improve the energy efficiency of your older home.
If you're already working in construction trades you'll be able to improve your knowledge on the special issues faced in older homes and speak with the experts.
For further information contact Campbeltown CARS on 01586 559048 or email email@example.com
Refreshments from 7pm, and after presentations.
Historic Environment Scotland provides expert technical and management advice to owners and occupiers of older and historic buildings.
Home Energy Scotland is funded by Scottish Government to provide impartial advice to households on all matters relating to energy efficiency in the home.