The City of Middletown is becoming HeatSmart. Through this education program, Middletown residents learn about programs that provide incentives and rebates for home energy efficiency improvements. The program is available to home owners and renters. Depending on income, some residents may be eligible for free home upgrades.
The Middletown Energy Coordinator, Michael Harris, and HeatSmart volunteers (Augie, Cat, and Ray) are here to help. Have questions about the program, call 860-638-4854.
HeatSmart Middletown connects you with an I Heart My Home energy consultant who will answer your questions and find the best incentives. This is a free service brought to you by Middletown’s CHEER fund.
Welcome to HeatSmart – Glad You Found Us!
HeatSmart Middletown Program Overview
What is a home energy audit?
HeatSmart will help you evaluate the costs and benefits of applying heat pump technology to your home or business. Both air-source and ground-couple systems can be evaluated, offering a range of first costs, seasonal efficiencies, and lifetime savings.
It is my hope that these programs are a great benefit to you over the next several months, and that they will deliver benefits, cost-savings and emissions reductions for many years to come.
Mayor Benjamin Florsheim
Proud Supporter of HeatSmart Connecticut
Russell Library Program – Introduction to HeatSmart
Date: October 13 – November 3 (sign up for the 11am or 7pm session) Note: You can attend any or all of the sessions
Register on line: http://russellibrary.libcal.com/event/8284092
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Join us for this 4-part series to help you increase your home’s energy efficiency, save money on your energy bills, and improve your home’s comfort. These sessions will all start with a presentation and then provide an opportunity for questions and dialogue…. Participants who attend 3 or more of the sessions will be entered into a raffle drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card.
October 13 Introduction to the HeatSmart Program – 15 minutes
The HeatSmart team will introduce you to the many benefits of participating in this free program supported by the City of Middletown.
October 20 Home Energy Audits (HES) – 30 minutes
Learn about the ins and outs of getting a home energy evaluation and how this simple visit can save you hundreds of dollars a year.
October 27 Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP) – 30 minutes
Want to upgrade your heating and cooling system? Wish your home was more comfortable in the summer and winter? An air source heat pump might be just what you’re looking for. Learn about these systems and why they’re so much more efficient than traditional heating and cooling systems.
November 3 Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP) – 30 minutes
In the last session, you will learn about ground source heat pumps, commonly known as geothermal, and the advantages of this type of system.
Heat Pump Installer-Educator Open House
Date: November 4 (Sorry for any inconvenience. This event has been cancelled.)
Location: 1116 Portland-Cobalt Rd, Portland, CT
This is your chance to get a hands-on experience when it comes to heat pumps. Visit the showroom of one of our Heat Pump Installer Educators and see examples of heat pump systems. Learn about the different options and State incentives available to you.
If you plan to attend, please contact Lori at Absolute Air to let her know you’ll be stopping by. email@example.com
Video Release: Heat Pumps – Facts and Myths
More of your questions answered. Listen to one of our Installer-Educators discuss some of the facts and myths of heat pumps.
CHEER Middletown was established in 2017 with the vision of creating more livable and healthy homes for low and moderate income households in Middletown. The program partners with I Heart My Home to provide one stop comprehensive support for residents to address health and safety issues while also providing a path towards affordable energy efficiency and low cost renewable energy. The CHEER approach focuses on the relationship with the homeowner and uses its network and resources to bridge the access and affordability gap. Since its inception, CHEER has coordinated over $90k worth of improvements ranging from insulation to lead paint remediation on 23 properties. The program is hoping to expand its reach through a current crowdfunding campaign with Sustainable CT.
Middletown Photo Courtesy of: Sandy Aldier