CAZ Energy Services
Office: (360) 389-1056
Feb. 21, 2018
A tiny home donated by CAZ Energy Services may make a big difference for clients seeking affordable housing through Kulshan Community Land Trust (KCLT).
The $25 tickets for a drawing to win a tiny home are now available by contacting the KCLT office at 1303 Commercial St., No. 6, or calling (360) 671-5600. Tickets also will be sold and the tiny home will be displayed at the Whatcom County Home and Garden Show, scheduled March 2-4 at the Northwest Washington Fair and Event Center in Lynden. The drawing will be conducted at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Boundary Bay Brewery in Bellingham.
The tiny home was built through a collaboration led by CAZ Energy Services of Bellingham and includes donated services from A-1 Builders, Favinger Plumbing and other local contractors. The 220-square-foot house on wheels has an estimated value of $39,000. It features a living room, kitchen, bathroom, sleeping loft and storage loft, plus propane space and water heaters. The sleeping loft accommodates a queen-size mattress.
“This is perfect for out-of-town guests or use as an accessory dwelling unit or an extra bedroom,” said Dan Dunne, owner and managing member of CAZ Energy Services and a KCLT board member. “I’m excited to see so many local contractors partnering to help support KCLT’s mission.”
Bellingham-based Kulshan Community Land Trust strengthens community by holding land in trust for permanently affordable homeownership and other community needs. It also offers financial and educational services to people of limited means.
CAZ Energy Services, founded in 2010, has provided affordable energy conservation services to more than 2,000 clients in Whatcom, Skagit, Island and San Juan counties. It offers attic, wall and floor insulation, ductless heat pumps, heat recovery ventilators and more. For information, call (360) 389-1056 or visit www.CAZenergy.com.