The Scottish Government funded free and impartial energy advice service, Home Energy Scotland will run an event helping to restore warmth to historical homes.
The free event will be held on Monday 20th February 2017 at 5pm-7.30pm at Hillhead Library, and is open to anyone living in a historical property such as tenement or period home who finds their home hard to heat, or keep warm.
Sandra White MSP said, “I am very pleased to support this fantastic event which will help people to keep their houses warm and improve energy efficiency.
I would encourage all in Glasgow Kelvin to consider attending this event. to find out how they can save money, improve the environment, and improve the heat in their homes.”
Home Energy Scotland has brought together a number of industry specialists to offer help and guidance, and who will cover all elements of energy conservation and heat loss including glazing, draught proofing and insulation.
Expert speakers include Dr Moses Jenkins from Historic Environment Scotland, Home Energy Scotland’s Technical Specialists and local owners who have already implemented energy efficiency measures in their homes and are happy to share their experiences.
After short informative talks that will include information out about technical support and funding available to help improve energy efficiency, you will have the chance to meet and speak with the specialists on hand.
Home Energy Scotland provides free, impartial advice to help lower energy bills and carbon emissions. Find out more at http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/scotland/home-energy-scotland