Ciel Power LLC Delivers Efficiency Measures to the Montclair Historical Society
Ciel Power LLC Recently Completed Measures Designed to Reduce Energy Consumption at the Charles Shultz House owned by the Montclair Historical Society
March 10th 2012
Lyndhurst NJ - Ciel Power LLC a leading provider of residential energy audits and energy-efficient home retrofits announced today that they have completed an installation designed to reduce the consumption of energy at a property owned by the Montclair Historical Society.
Ciel Power LLC began work on the Charles Shultz Carriage House located at 30 North Mountain Road in Montclair New Jersey several weeks ago. The installation was comprised of a series of improvements designed to reduce the overall cost and consumption of energy used to condition this historic property and to address comfort issues being experienced by the occupants of the home.
Scott Fischer, Managing Member of Ciel Power LLC says, "We are proud to have been selected as the Home Performance Contractor by the Montclair Historical Society. The Charles Shultz House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Montclair landmark. Working on such a historic property involves a unique set of challenges to ensure the historical characteristics of the property are not disturbed. Our highly skilled installers took every precaution to ensure that the measures installed at this property were done so without compromising any of the architectural detail unique to this property."
Ciel Power LLC has performed installations on numerous homes in Montclair. Ciel Power Installers are familiar with the unique architectural characteristics of many of these historic Montclair Homes, the unique challenges these homes present from an efficiency standpoint, and the importance of maintaining the historical characteristics of these unique properties.
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Ciel Power LLC is a One-Source Solution for customers interested in becoming energy-efficient. Ciel Power LLC provides residential customers with a full suite of energy-efficient products and services including a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation, prioritized retrofit recommendations, insulation and air-sealing, energy efficient lighting, and alternative energy solutions.
Ciel Power LLC is a Building Performance Institute Accredited Contractor, a New Jersey Home Performance with Energy Star Accredited Contractor, a Better Business Bureau Accredited Contractor, and is a Licensed New Jersey Home Improvement Contractor (NJHIC#13VH06170900) with offices in Nutley, Lyndhurst, and Glen Rock New Jersey.
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About the Montclair Historical Society:
The Montclair Historical Society (MHS), a nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization, promotes preservation, study and appreciation of local history. MHS was originally founded in 1965 to save the Israel Crane House, a Federal Revival style landmark home built by a local entrepreneur in 1796. It was relocated from Glen Ridge Avenue to its current location on Orange Road. Located next to the Israel Crane house's new location is the Nathaniel Crane House. Built about 1818, it was donated to MHS in 1973 and together, the two Crane Houses served the public as a historic house museum, museum shop and space for demonstrations, lectures and classes interpreting our area's past.
In 1984, MHS purchased the Clark House, located at 108 Orange Road, adjacent to the two Crane houses. The house, built in 1896, expanded the institution's ability to service the public by creating the Terhune Research Library and administrative offices. Since its inception, the Library has been a valuable resource for scholars, historians, local teachers and homeowners wishing to know more about their home (often to aide in restoration efforts and thus preserving historic districts). In 1997 the historic home on North Mountain Avenue of successful Montclair banker Charles Shultz, was donated to MHS by his granddaughter Molly Shultz. Known as Evergreens, the house has been virtually unaltered for 100 years and holds an important collection that reflects Charles Shultz's keen personal interest in science, the arts and world travel. This estate represents an important addition to the Society's collection of properties and historical education program.
Goals: The main goals MHS strives to achieve are preservation and education. The institution is dedicated to preserving its four historic buildings, grounds and collections. By preserving our historical assets, we are afforded the opportunity to interpret the Montclair area history, utilizing our four houses that span three centuries as tangible examples.
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