Royal Oak , Michigan (PressExposure) January 09, 2010 -- Michigan Home Improvement Consumer Advocates (MHICA) and Dewitt Building Company today announced the formation of a unique residential rejuvenation initiative called âMichigan Home Energy Efficiency Projectâ dedicated to âImproving Neighborhoods in Oakland County.
âThe goal of the project is to show that with the right combination of resources home owners can contribute to a greener community while saving a lot of money on their current energy bills and upgrading their home values at a time when the economy has toughened up everyoneâs walletsâ. Says Lawrence Barris, managing member of MHICA.
The pilot program will utilize the assistance of a number of public and private resources such as...
- Latest green weatherization technology endorsed by the US department of energy - Federal Government energy tax credits - Energy efficiency loan programs
Robert Dewitt, Owner of Dewitt Building Company says âWe have involved the help of our building suppliers who I have been in business with for over 30 years. We are all working together to make this project success full by making it affordable to the homeowner.
MHICA with Dewitt will be providing free consultation to home owners whom are interested in looking into this opportunity.
The project enrollment is Jan 14 through February 14
To register call MHICA at (248) 246-1204 or enroll at the website [http://www.mhica.net]
For more information call Lawrence Barris at MHICA at (248) 246-1204 or Robert Dewitt at (248) 559-7300