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Friday, January 16, 2009


‘Turn Down, Seal Off, Save Up’ Offers Simple,
Effective Ways to Save Up to $740 a Year

HARRISBURG – When Tiffany Jones moves her family into their new home built by Habitat for Humanity’s Greater Harrisburg Area chapter, she can rest a bit easier knowing their heating bill will be manageable.

The local Habitat for Humanity chapter builds all of its new homes and rehabilitated homes to be energy efficient and well sealed. The walls and ceilings are insulated, and the windows, doors, furnace and appliances are all Energy Star-rated for high efficiency. All wall penetrations to the outside are sealed and insulated, and the doors are weather-stripped to help the Habitat for Humanity families stretch their energy dollars.

“Families all across Pennsylvania are having problems paying their energy bills during these difficult economic times, but there are practical steps each of us can take to conserve energy and save money, too,” said Environmental Protection acting Secretary John Hanger as he toured the Habitat for Humanity construction site on Brady Street. Windows Media Broadband Video

To boost public awareness of home energy conservation, Pennsylvania launched the “Turn Down, Seal Off, Save Up” outreach campaign to encourage residents to turn down their thermostats and seal off drafts in order to save as much as $740 in annual heating costs.

The campaign’s Web site,, includes tips on how to make a home more energy efficient, contact information for financial assistance, and an online toolkit featuring resources people and organizations can use to raise awareness in their communities. More...

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