Interface Engineering Kicks off Volunteer Season
On Wednesday Oct 19th, Interface Engineering kicked off our weatherization installation volunteer season. An efficient group of 7 volunteers installed window weatherization on 14 windows in the homes of two low-income seniors. In both homes we found a noticeable difference in warmth and comfort after we installed the materials. This was Interface Engineering’s second year volunteering with Community Energy Project. We’re excited to grow
Lead a weatherization volunteer team!
You can join our In Homes team and lead a team of volunteers in installing window weatherization. As a Crew Leader (CL) for In-Home Services, you will work directly with volunteers, providing them with on-site management including instruction, assigning duties, spot-checking their work, and finally leading the group through a debrief about their volunteer experience and the project. Your time will help us lead 15 Volunteer Days
Women in Weatherization
Tracie Takes on Attic Insulation Tracie Davis wasn’t sure at first that she could insulate her attic by herself – but said that after taking a DIY Insulation Workshop, she has the knowledge to weatherize her SE Portland home. The two and a half hour workshop teaches participants how to conduct a site assessment and do the work themselves – from air sealing to ventilation