CAROL STREAM, IL. – Air.Water.Energy., the new Air Conditioning & Heating Company, is planning a complimentary lunch for area homeowners and business owners on Thursday, Oct. 3 in honor of the company’s 3rd annual Healthy Home Month according to Ray Grimm, company CEO. The event scheduled at The Holiday Inn & Suites in Carol Stream includes a welcome from Carol Stream Mayor, Frank Saverino, and partners with the Carol Stream Chamber of Commerce. Networking begins at 11:30 a.m. and a noon lunch is complemented by a dynamic presentation spotlighting easy tips for keeping a home as healthy as possible. In lieu of a price-per-entry, guests are asked to bring used or new books and old keys to recycle, supporting important initiatives for SCARCE- School and Community Assistance for Recycling and Composting Education.
According to the EPA, Americans spend about 90 percent of their time indoors. When temperatures drop and windows are tightly sealed, paying attention to air quality becomes tantamount as scientific evidence indicates that air within homes and other buildings can be more seriously polluted than the outdoor air we breathe.
“We hope this event highlights how important it is to pay attention to your indoor air quality, and home’s overall health,” says Grimm. “A.W.E. takes great pride in helping the residents of our area ensure they’re maintaining the health of their homes and families,” he adds.
Kay McKeen, founder and executive director of SCARCE, will be the keynote speaker. She has been teaching about recycling and other environmental issues and concerns since 1990.
Sustainable and eco-friendly living is increasingly important to A.W.E.’s customers. The experts in maintaining vital home systems created Healthy Home Month to encourage homeowners to annually pay attention to the simple steps anyone can take to ensure DIY maintenance steps help save money, improve indoor air quality, and extend the lives of necessary home functions including air, water and energy.
“We welcome Ms. McKeen’s expertise and positive impact on the overall health of our community, and look forward to sharing this event with everyone,” says Grimm.
The lunch will be held at The Holiday Inn & Suites, 150 S. Gary Avenue, Carol Stream on Thursday, October 3, 2013. Registration is at 11:15 a.m. with lunch served 12-1 p.m. RSVPs are required by Friday, Sept. 27, and can be made by calling 630-665-3325 or registering online at www.chamberstreamchamber.com. For more information about A.W.E., please visit www.theawefactor.com.
A.W.E. Air. Water. Energy. is a breath of fresh air for the homeowner. The Carol Stream, Illinois-based company provides one trusted source for all of a home’s vital systems. A.W.E.’s expert team works with homeowners to create the healthiest in-home environment and the most efficient levels of systems operation. With a 100% money-back guarantee, A.W.E. provides expert plumbing, geothermal, solar, air conditioning and heating service and installation. A.W.E.’s MVP Membership offers customers an ability to stay ahead of costly repairs, and many other value-added benefits. For more information, visit www.theAWEfactor.com or call 630-AWESOME.