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Weatherization Day OCT 30th! press conference EVENT!!

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Lewiston, ME: Dave Ireland Builders, a building and weatherization contractor throughout Central Maine is pleased to announce that we will be celebrating Weatherization Day on October 30th, 2013 at one of our customer’s home in Farmingdale. A formal press conference is scheduled for 1:00 pm, 334 Maine Avenue, Farmingdale, for invited political dignitaries and members of the media to tour and ask questions regarding energy efficiency improvements.

The agenda for this event includes a meet and greet with the homeowner and the management team of Dave Ireland Builders, brief comments from invited political attendees and a house tour demonstrating blower door testing and infrared camera interpretation. Our technical staff will be on hand to answer weatherization questions.
The management team of Dave Ireland Builders, LLC. has a combined 103 years of building and energy efficiency experience to help solve our customers’ building issues and reduce heating costs. Our collective work experience includes:

• Over 130 new construction residential & light commercial projects
• 6,000+ Residential Energy Audits
• 5,000+ Energy reducing weatherization projects
• 97% High customer satisfaction rate
Our focus is to bring Maine homeowners cutting edge energy efficient building consulting and construction services. Our staff are not only trained professionals and craftsmen, but are continuously trained on new practices and innovative products. We are not only proud of our Better Business Bureau Accreditation, but we are pleased with our A+ Rating.
As a Maine-based company, we want to make reducing heating costs homeowner-friendly. As an Efficiency Maine Energy Advisor and Program Partner, we make sure each of our customers received all eligible incentives and rebate and receive the best possible financing for their project.
We work hard to stay ahead of the competition so that we can continue “Meeting Maine’s 21st Century Building Challenges.”