Don’t miss the DIY Energy Efficiency Workshop!

Don’t miss the DIY Energy Efficiency Workshop!

With just a few simple energy-efficiency improvements, you can start saving energy and reducing your monthly energy costs while creating a more comfortable home.

Call 931-680-5883, and reserve your seat today! Dates, times and locations for spring 2019 have just been announced. Sign up for the free workshop that is most convenient for you! We’ll have six dates and locations for the 2019 DIY Energy Efficiency Workshops!

In addition to valuable energy-saving advice and a light supper compliments of DREMC, each household will receive a FREE DIY kit to begin your home improvements. But that’s not all! Each household will also receive a limited-time rebate offer of $500 for attic insulation. Details about the attic insulation will be available at the DIY workshops.

Reservations are required, and seats will go quickly. 

(Must be 18 years of age or older to participate.)

WORKSHOP DATES AND LOCATIONS

All workshops begin at 6:00 p.m.

COLUMBIA – March 7
DREMC Office – 798 New Lewisburg Hwy.

CHAPEL HILL – March 11
United Methodist Church – 316 N. Horton Pkwy.

DECHERD – March 12
DREMC Office – 1738 Decherd Blvd.

MANCHESTER – March 18
DREMC Office – 209 E. Fort St.

LYNCHBURG – March 19
American Legion – 119 Booneville Hwy.

SHELBYVILLE – March 21
DREMC Office – 1411 Madison St.

HERE’S WHAT OUR MEMBERS HAD TO SAY AFTER ATTENDING OUR PAST WORKSHOPS:

“All the energy efficiency recommendations were great! Most things we were not doing, but now with this info, we will!”

“I like how comfortable the atmosphere of the workshop was so you could ask any question and never feel stupid for asking. Loved the workshop!”

“I feel more confident about what to look for.”

“A lot of very useful information to improve energy efficiency!”

“I learned about DREMC’s rebates and about other member services.”

“Attic insulation and air sealing are the best energy-saving improvements.”

“Personal instructor who was open to our questions.”

“The hands-on practice, the examples that were set up, and being able to ask questions.”