CINCINNATI, April 9, 2012 PRNewswire/ -- People Working Cooperatively (PWC), a 37 year-old non-profit serving the community's most vulnerable homeowners, is seeking weatherization clients in Ohio and Northern Kentucky.
PWC provides free, professional home weatherization services to low-income, elderly and disabled homeowners, year-round. Problems like poor insulation and cracks around windows can cause unnecessarily high utility bills. PWC can help reduce home energy expenditures by as much as 20 percent, while improving the safety, comfort and living conditions of residents.
"Weatherizing your home is important year-round," said PWC Vice President of Operations Nina Creech. "Our weatherization technicians at People Working Cooperatively can help Ohio and Northern Kentucky residents save on their utility usage this spring and into this summer, too."
PWC clients qualify for services based on their income level, where they live, and what type of services they need. To check eligibility for PWC's weatherization and energy conservation services, call (513) 351-7921 in Ohio and (859) 331-1991 in Kentucky. You can also visit www.pwchomerepairs.org/.
About People Working Cooperatively
Incorporated in 1975, People Working Cooperatively (PWC) is a nonprofit organization serving low-income, elderly, and disabled homeowners in 20 counties of Southwestern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Indiana. PWC strengthens communities by providing professional, critical home repair, weatherization, modification, and maintenance services to help residents stay safely in their homes. In the last 37 years, PWC's staff of licensed, trained employees and dedicated corps of 6,000-plus volunteers have provided 250,000 services. For more information, visit www.pwchomerepairs.org or call (513) 351-7921.
SOURCE People Working Cooperatively