Duluth's infamously old housing stock combined with the recent spate of below-zero temperatures has prompted many folks to take a second look at weather-proofing ... and Ecolibrium3 in Duluth is one of the places that can help you do just that.
As part of our Sustainability Week series on Northland Morning, we speak with Tristen Eberling from Ecolibrium3 about the Giving Comfort at Home program. Many of our neighbors in Duluth are living in energy poverty. Deciding whether to “heat or eat” happens too often with our long winters and old housing stock.
We have a conversation with Jodie Slick, the CEO of Ecolibrium3, about ways to examine our homes in the winter months. We talk a lot about our green spaces outdoors, but many of our homes are not healthy, as they can be places where mold and dust build up. What does it mean to have a healthy home? A home energy audit can help find where these issues develop and, especially in the winter months, can reveal ways to make your home more energy efficient.