how can window inserts keep houses warmer during colder weather?

WindowDressers story to be told in Rockland

ROCKLAND — Kyle Byrnes and KC Heyniger will discuss the WindowDressers story, what window inserts are, how they are made, and how the inserts can help keep houses warmer during colder weather.  

This talk is planned for Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 6 p.m., in Rockland Public Library's Community Room.

Refreshments will be provided.

Kyle Byrnes is the Energy Efficiency coordinator with WindowDressers and is acting as a lead measurer as well as the coordinator for measurement appointments. Byrnes is with WindowDressers as his part of working with AmeriCorps to try and make the area of Knox County more energy efficient.

WindowDressers production manager KC Heyniger works with numerous volunteers cutting, drilling, and assembling thousands of inserts at WindowDresser’s Lincoln Street Center production facility in Rockland. He also coordinates the gear and supplies sent to 35 WD Community Workshops throughout Maine.

Along with keeping Mainer’s warm, Heyniger enjoys sailing, reading, flying, and sports with his wife Gretchen, and 10-year-old twins, Carver and Audrey.

The Rockland Public Library is located at 80 Union St.

This event is free and open to the public.

 

Event Date: 

Tue, 11/19/2019 - 6:00pm

Event Location: 

Rockland Public Library

Address: 

80 Union Street
Rockland  Maine
United States