Heater Replacement Program

by Press Release-Burlington County | Dec 27, 2004
Heater Replacement Program The Burlington County Freeholders last week announced a new Heater Replacement Program for low- and moderate-income homeowners through the Burlington County Community Action Program (BCCAP).

“This is another way we can assist in helping those less fortunate get through the winter and possibly avoid any tragedies," Freeholder Dawn Marie Addiego said.

Addiego referred to deaths attributed to hypothermia (excessive exposure to cold) or dangerous alternative methods to heating a home as important reasons for this initiative.

BCCAP has agreed to implement the program immediately through their Emergency Home Repair and Weatherization office utilizing Community Development Block Grant funding provided by the County.

“Many of the homes that need new heating systems are older and cost more to heat,’’ said County Community Development Coordinator John Smith. “Old systems will be replaced with new, energy-efficient ones that will provide significant savings in heating costs for the homeowner.’’

Any homeowner who may qualify and believes their heating system is in need of replacement should call Bill Craft at 609-289-4009.

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Author: Press Release-Burlington County

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