88 OAK STREET
EnergizeCT Contractor Success Story
22-Unit Comprehensive Upgrade
Lurasidone over the counter The apartments at 88 Oak Street in Manchester, Connecticut are healthier, more comfortable, and more efficient following a comprehensive energy efficiency upgrade in late 2016. Along with core services upgrades that included thorough air sealing, water efficiency measures, and conversion to LED lighting, the building received upgraded basement and attic insulation, to R-19 and R-38, respectively. The building also received $6,500 in upgraded in-unit, common area, and exterior lighting. In total, these energy efficiency measures are expected to yield $58,000 in lifetime
energy savings, completed under the EnergizeCT Multi Family Initiative – Income Eligible program.
The project was wholly managed by Energy Efficiencies Solutions of Windsor, Connecticut, a full-service female minority-owned energy services contractor, and winner of the 2013 U.S. Department of Energy Home Performance with Energy Star Contractor of the Year award. EES adhered to strict BPI Multi-Family Standards to develop the project.
All of our Leads and Techs are BPI Building Analyst and Envelope Professional Certified. At EES we take pride in understanding the whole buildings as a system to
ensure that the customer gets what they need; and understands the ROI to help them make smarter purchases.
Our Multi Family project managers hold the property owners hand every step of the way, from walk through to project completion and inspection.
Core Services Yield Big Results
Multi-Family HES-IE core service upgrades are supported by EE incentives, which make the newest EE technology affordable and produce a substantial improvement in customer comfort, air quality, and utility bills.
• Air sealing and door kits to stop drafts and escaping heat
• Low-flow shower heads and faucets to reduce water waste
• Upgrades to LED lighting for long-lasting, efficient lighting