Local Organizations Team Up to Help Pleasanton Homeowners Save Energy, Water, and Money
We are excited to announce that on June 20th, 2013 mobile home residents in Pleasanton, California will have the opportunity to take advantage of a number of local programs to help them save energy, save water – and save money. Representatives from five organizations will be making a short presentation at the Vineyard Estates Mobile Home Park in Pleasanton to describe their programs and give residents a chance to sign up.
What’s in it for me?
Each of these programs offers energy and water saving products or services that can help you lower your bills, and nearly all of them are made available at NO COST to participants. Whether you can benefit from all the programs or only some, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to take advantage of all that is being made available.
A sample of the program offerings includes*:
- High Efficiency Toilets, Faucet Aerators and Low-Flow Showerheads
- Hot Water Pipe Insulation and Water Leak Detection
- Energy Efficient Lighting
- Air Conditioner Tune-Ups
- High Efficiency Fan Motor Replacement for Air Conditioners
- Grants/Loans for minor plumbing/electrical work, ADA amenities, roofs, windows, etc.
*Eligibility requirements will vary from program to program. Not all participants will qualify for all offerings.
How do I sign up?
The Kick-Off Presentation will take place on June 20th at Vineyard Estates Mobile Home Park but residents from both Vineyard Estates and Hacienda Mobile Home Park in Pleasanton are invited to attend. There is no cost to attend this event. Additional details are below.
Who: All mobile home residents from Vineyard Estates and Hacienda Mobile Home Parks
When: June 20th at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Vineyard Estates Mobile Home Park in the Recreation Center
3263 Vineyard Avenue, Pleasanton, CA 94566
Why: We’re here to save you money. Need I say more?
A special thanks to the organizations and programs that have worked to bring all of these services together for the benefit of the Pleasanton community.