articles tagged "Project Home"
Tuesday, 28 January 2014 | Access Hour
Project Home has been a non-profit organization for over 43 years…focusing on improving the quality and affordability of housing for low-to-moderate income residents in Dane and Green Counties. In this Access Hour program, Project Home staff and friends talk about its work and people, including its weatherization program, its special “Hammer with a Heart” local program to do major home repairs at no cost for low-income homeowners, and its equally special Paint-a-Thon to assist residents whose homes are in desperate need of exterior paint but whose owners are unable to pay for or do the work themselves. Join Project Home staff and friends as they tell you all about what they’re doing to make our community better. Learn more about weatherization and energy saving strategies…..and much …. more »
Tuesday, 26 February 2013 | Access Hour
Project Home focuses on improving the quality and affordability of housing for low-to-moderate income residents in Dane and Green Counties. Coordinator Jason Hafeman and folks from Project Home will talk on the air about its work and its people! Project Home’s programs include “Hammer with a Heart,” a local program to do major home repairs at no cost for low-income homeowners. There’s also a weatherization program and a “Paint-a thon” to assist residents whose homes are in desperate need of exterior mpain but whose owners are unable to pay for the work or do it themselves. Listeners’ calls will be welcome, but the program will be broken up and bent around the WORT winter-spring pledge drive so WORT’d like callers to …. more »
Friday, 26 October 2012 | buzz
On Friday October 26, Adam “Vampire Slayer’ Weisse, from Project Home, spoke with our host Jonathan Zarov about energy conservation. He provided several suggestions and tips on how to make our homes more energy efficient. Says Adam,“Some of the biggest energy vampires in your home would be home entertainment systems…such as flat screen TVs. They are continually using a trickle charge of electricity to keep them warmed up. You can install power strips on these devices, hook multiple devices to one power strip and turn that off – that kills the power to a couple of devices at once. If you are lucky enough to have switch outlets, you can plug those devices …. more »