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Colorado Chautauqua’s Learning Lab


How to Increase the Comfort and Energy Efficiency of Your Older (or Newer) Building While Preserving its Historic Integrity

Monday, May 10 & Tuesday, May 25 5:30 p.m.

Colorado Chautauqua Community House

This FREE presentation at the Colorado Chautauqua Community House will share lessons learned by the preservation staff in their ongoing efforts and research into sustainable building techniques, weatherization strategies  and desire to increase the comfort level of the historic Chautauqua buildings while maintaining their dedication to historic preservation.

Currently, America’s buildings are consuming vast quantities of energy. Colorado Chautauqua is conducting research and experimentation into where “the best bang for the buck” is when considering efficiency improvements to older buildings. Chautauqua staff will share how they are saving energy, money, and reducing their environmental impacts.

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