Chestnut Hill Conservancy presents a free Ask the Experts lecture on energy-efficient heating and cooling solutions for historic home

The Chestnut Hill Conservancy is delighted to announce its upcoming program,
“Historically Comfortable: Energy-efficient Heating and Cooling Solutions for Historic Homes,” as part of
the renowned Ask the Experts series. Done in collaboration with the Chestnut Hill Community
Association, this free program offers an invaluable opportunity for homeowners to address prevalent
issues related to historic homes and landscape care.
Event Details:
Date: Saturday, March 9
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 PM
Location: Chestnut Hill Conservancy, 8708 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19118
Speaker: Chris Wilson from Unique Indoor Comfort
Admission: Free, but registration is required
Chris Wilson, a distinguished expert with over 17 years of experience in the HVAC industry, will lead the
discussion. Wilson’s career at Unique Indoor Comfort, spanning roles as installation manager and project
manager, has solidified his reputation for excellence. Renowned for his meticulous approach and
specialization in retrofitting historic structures, Wilson’s expertise ensures a seamless integration of
modern technology while preserving architectural heritage.
During the presentation, Wilson will unveil the latest advancements in heating and cooling systems,
spanning from traditional forced-air gas to sleek ductless mini-split and high-velocity central air
conditioning solutions. Attendees will delve into a diverse range of topics, from innovative duct designs
to enhancing building envelopes and intricately installing hydronic and steam boilers.
This free program is made possible through the generous support of the program sponsor, Wallace
Landscape Associates, and the Conservancy’s general and supportive businesses. It is done in
collaboration with the Chestnut Hill Community Association. For advance question submissions or
registration inquiries, please contact Conservancy Programs and Communications Manager Chrissy
Clawson at
Join us to stay ahead of the curve in energy-efficient home solutions! Register now at
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy’s Ask the Experts series is a free community program aimed at addressing
prevalent issues related to historic homes and landscape care.
About the Chestnut Hill Conservancy:
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy is an educational center and leading advocate for the architecture, open
space, and social history of Chestnut Hill and surrounding communities in the Wissahickon watershed