LakewoodAlive To Host “Knowing Your Home: Generators 101” Workshop On July 28
If you need the ability to power up when the power goes down, then a home generator might be right for you. But how exactly should you go about finding the right solution for your home?
LakewoodAlive will host Knowing Your Home: Generators 101 on Saturday, July 28, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at Cleveland Lumber Company (9410 Madison Avenue in Cleveland). The 10th workshop of 2018 for this popular home maintenance educational series will cover everything you need to know about generators, including how they work, performing basic maintenance and ensuring safe use of a generator during an emergency.
Led by our friends at Cleveland Lumber Company, this workshop will focus on educating attendees regarding the basics of generators for residential use:
- What exactly is a home generator?
- What different styles are available?
- In what situations do they work best?
- How much can they energize within your home?
Ultimately, the goal of this workshop is to equip attendees with the knowledge and confidence they need to determine if a generator is right for them and, if it is, what type of generator would work best for their situation.
To reserve your free spot for “Knowing Your Home: Generators 101,” visit LakewoodAlive.org/KnowingYourHome or call 216-521-0655.
Now in its fifth year, LakewoodAlive’s “Knowing Your Home” series draws hundreds of attendees annually. Visit LakewoodAlive.org/KnowingYourHome to learn more. Our workshop series is generously supported by: Citizens Bank, City of Lakewood, Cleveland Lumber Company, First Federal Lakewood, Remax Beyond 2000 and Third Federal Savings & Loan.
In lieu of charging for these events, we are asking participants to consider either making a donation to LakewoodAlive or bringing canned foods or other non-perishable items for donation to the Lakewood Community Services Center. We appreciate your support.
I am the Marketing & Development Manager for LakewoodAlive. I enjoy all things Lakewood, especially walking my basset hound through Madison Park.