The Water and Energy Crew

Corpsmembers of our Water & Energy Program perform home efficiency assessments as a free service to Fort Collins Utilities and Loveland Water and Power customers. Corpsmembers also provide energy conservation education designed to promote behavioral changes in energy efficiency and conservation to the clients.

During a Home Efficiency Assessment, corpsmembers educate residents about water and energy efficiency practices and services as well retro-fit water conserving shower heads and faucet aerators, smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, clotheslines, light bulbs, furnace air filters, and high-efficiency toilets based on residents needs. All corpsmembers are trained and adhere to current COVID-19 protocols.

Assessments will be Available in January 2023   

To join our waitlist, please email lccc@larimer.org with your name, phone number, and utility provider. Waitlist members will be contacted in mid-December to be put on our schedule for 2023. We look forward to assisting you with water and energy conservation in your home!

*To qualify, you must be a utility customer of either Fort Collins Utilities or Loveland Water and Power. Homeowners and renters are eligible for this free service.

During the assessment a team of Corpsmembers will

  • Conduct a basic inspection of your home, appliances, windows, toilets, and heating/cooling system.
  • Install appropriate efficiency measures based on your home’s needs. These products may include LED light bulbs, water conserving shower-heads and aerators, smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, clotheslines and high-efficiency toilets.
  • Educate you about water and energy efficiency practices and services.

COVID-19 Safety

In-person assessments follow COVID-19 safety precautions including maintaining physical distance and our use of personal protective equipment.  We ask that you wear a mask at the time of the assessment as well. 

 

 

Reviews from Larimer County Residents

“They were awesome! I was pleasantly surprised by their professionalism and by the value of the information they were able to give me.”

“Great experience. Explained benefits of updating aerators and light bulbs, gave advice on how to be more efficient. They were prompt, fast, professional and friendly. Couldn’t have been better. Thank you!”

“Friendly, personable, polite, showed human side (enjoyed puppy we were babysitting), interesting--not stiff or rigid, relaxed but efficient, worked quickly and knew what they were doing, gave interesting side knowledge when asked, seemed well educated in what they were doing. It was a pleasure-- and so much more thorough than I expected.”

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LCCC Team Photo 2022

Larimer County Conservation Corps