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'Weatherize Now' Social Set Feb. 13

Charlestown residents can learn more about the Renew Boston energy assessment program.

Charlestown residents are invited to come learn more about a city program designed to help them reduce their energy use at an after-work social on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at Max & Dylan's.

Mayor Thomas Menino’s Renew Boston initiative helps Boston residents, property owners, small condo associations, landlords and renters living in one- to four-unit buildings to weatherize their buildings in an effort to reduce utility costs.

Sign up for a no-cost home energy assessment at renewboston.org or by calling 617-365-SAVE (7283). Qualifying households could receive: rebates for heating and water system upgrades, appliances, and more; zero percent interest financing on qualified energy efficiency improvements; or 75 percent off insulation and air sealing improvements, up to $2,000.

Learn more about the program and talk with professional weatherization contractors about your home at the "Weatherize Now! After-Work Social," to be held from 5-7 p.m. on Feb. 13 at Max & Dylan’s, 1 Chelsea St., Charlestown.

RSVP online at RBAfterWork.eventbrite.com.

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