Weekly Webinar Series
Welcome to the Healthy Homes weekly webinar series, where we will discuss everything Home Weatherization!
What to Expect
Each week, we'll present on a topic that we think homeowners will be interested in learning about, and then we'll provide time at the end of the webinar for your pressing questions. We'll have our home weatherization specialists in the chat window waiting to answer questions and offer advice where possible.
Topics you can expect to learn about:
- Lead paint
- Moisture management
- Air sealing
These webinars are FREE and open to the public!
How to Participate
No need to find a unique link every week! Just come to this page every Wednesday at 12 p.m. starting April 22, 2020 to find the most current even happening LIVE on Webex.
Next, find the chat window, sign in, and submit your question in the chat area. You can submit questions directly to the presenter, or share to Everyone (this way, every person on the webinar will see your question).
Schedule of Upcoming Webinars
April 22, 2020 - Springtime Chores for Healthy Homes
Learn how to inspect and improve your homeonce Spring weather arrives. The biggest change we’ll discuss is how to manage all that water,formerly bound up as snow and ice. We'lldiscuss roofs and gutters, crawl spaces and attics, andeverything in between. Bring your questions!
April 29, 2020 - Mold and Mildew
There are plenty of reasons to be concerned about mold and mildew in your home. But there IS good news here, since these biological hazards can be easy to prevent and manage. Come learn how the choices you make every day will affect the health and safety of the place you call home.
May 6, 2020 - Tuning-Up Your Heating and Cooling Systems
The HVAC systems in your house (that’s Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) do more than just keep you warm in winter. Come learn how your home’s largest appliances affect your comfort, safety, and health in ways you never imagined. Expect to leave with good ideas for improving your home’s operation.
Springtime Chores for Healthy Homes