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Toeprint to Launch Green Brooklyn Energy Audit Campaign on April 24th

Posted on | April 19, 2010 | 1 Comment

At this year’s Friends of Greenwood Playground Spring Flea Market, the Toeprint Project will kick off our Green Brooklyn Energy Audit Campaign to make the buildings in our neighboring communities of Kensington, Windsor Terrace, Flatbush, Ditmas Park Sunset Park and Park Slope more energy efficient!  Come see us at our vendor table.

If you own a 1-4 family home or a commercial building or live in a Co-Op or Condo apartment building, we can make your building healthier and save you money by reducing your energy and water use.

We will examine your utility use, perform a thorough energy audit and discuss our findings outlining the various measures you can take to make your building healthier, safer and more environmentally responsible.

We are BPI Accredited and authorized by NYSERDA’s Home Performance with Energy Star Program to make you eligible to receive a 10% discount on qualified measures.  We can also review with you any other incentives you may be eligible for.

After the audit, we will work with you to carry out the retrofit measures in a timely fashion so you can start reaping the benefits of energy efficiency before next winter rolls around!

Call us or email us today for pricing or if you have any questions: or (212) 228-1585.


One Response to “Toeprint to Launch Green Brooklyn Energy Audit Campaign on April 24th”

  1. Jason Rivera
    July 11th, 2010 @ 6:24 am

    nowadays, we are seeing some water shortage and water conservation is even more necessary`**


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