Warm Hearts Warmer Homes

  • October 31, 2017
  • Posted by Autumn Greco

Trunk filled to capacity with a slew of metal door kits, shrink-wrap packaging, foam tube insulation, light bulbs of varying wattage, as well as other implements to aid our communal weatherization project, Hannah, Ben and I set course for Noxon, Montana. Our goal for the week: visit and winterize as many homes within the community to provide warmth and comfort for families in need during the upcoming winter season. Every appointment proved unique for our crew with regard to the amount of materials we needed to utilize to ensure each home would receive the utmost amount of energy conservation and stability. One of the most rewarding aspects of our time interacting with members of Noxon’s community would have to be the visible gratitude that reflected in the eyes of many homeowners upon finalization of our visit. Understanding that knowledge with regard to energy and its conservation is varied throughout each community and it was crucial for our crew to remember and practice throughout each interaction; ensuring each family was properly prepared for the impending snow season was our absolute priority.


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