Program News

What Does An Energy Advisor Do When Visiting My Home?

October is Energy Action Month In Denver

October is Energy Action Month, as proclaimed in 2012 by the Council of the City and County of Denver to recognize the importance of assisting residents in reducing energy consumption while also saving money, improving indoor comfort, and air quality. Full story on Denver Post YourHub

Delaying energy improvements delays lower energy bills and a comfy home

How long would it take you to decide on making home energy improvements if you had rooms that were too hot or too cold year after year? Would you continue to pay higher energy bills as a result, and think it was impossible to lower them? Joyce and her family have been in Denver for over 30 years and in their Virginia Village home now for 14.
 
Built in 1956, her home is 2,265 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 1 ¾ bath.

Greenwich Village Apartments HOA

Molly Meuer is the Homeowner’s Association (HOA) president of Greenwich Village, a Denver HOA with 11 different units spread between two buildings built in 1907. Almost all condo units throughout Denver have an HOA with varying monthly fees to keep the units and common spaces in good condition.

Holiday Wishlist for 2013

Home Improvements Lower Heating Costs

November 12, 2013, Councilwoman Debbie Ortega's Newsletter
 
Home Improvements Lower Heating Costs
 
With cooler temperatures already upon us, I wanted to share my personal experience with the Denver Energy Challenge. This program has one main goal - help you make your home more energy efficient and lower your utility bills.

9News Live Interview: Keep Your Home Warm During Cold Months

11/5/13

9News had us on this morning reminding folks that cooler temps can also mean uncomfortable homes with higher energy bills. How warm is your home?

4TH ANNUAL VICTORIAN HOLIDAY HOME TOUR WITH A "GREEN" TWIST

MEDIA RELEASE Media Contact: Jennifer Moore
For Immediate Release jennifer@colfaxave.com
September 24, 2013 303.832.2086
 

You are i

Flood Relief

As homeowners make important decisions about how to replace and repair recent flood damage to homes, it is important to know that the Denver Energy Challenge is available to help.  Denver Energy Challenge Advisors are available over the phone to help residents with replacing, repairing and restoring water-damaged home equipment and systems such as insulation, furnaces, water heaters, duct systems, washers and other appliances.

Syndicate content

Speak with an Energy Expert today by calling 720-865-5520