Get Ready to Winterize


Last Call for Aging in Place Expo

When older adults are asked where they plan to spend their senior years, most reply “I want to stay in my home for as long as possible!

Shepherd’s Center of Greensboro wants to help you stay independent and active. So they are partnering with Christ United Methodist Church for an afternoon that will provide information on how to make changes to your home, to be aware of local services, and to live safely in the home you love….with some minor renovations or changes.

Aging in Place Expo

September 22, 11:00am – 2:00pm 

Christ United Methodist Church

410 N. Holden Road, Greensboro


This is the last call for reservations to participate!

The Expo presentations and exhibits are free.

There is a $6 charge if you would like to reserve a box lunch prepared by the CUMC staff (the first 100 sponsored free boxes are already reserved). Deadline to order lunch is 9/16/2016 by 3pm.

Call 336.378.0766 Monday-Friday, 10am – 3pm to make your reservation for this unique expo.


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Don’t Get Ripped Off By AC Repairs

This message brought to you on behalf of North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper.
Soaring temperatures mean air conditioners are working overtime. If your AC goes out, it may be tempting to get it fixed as quickly as possible, no matter the cost. But try to keep your cool and do your homework before hiring someone to fix your air conditioning.

Each year, dozens of consumers contact our office to complain about problems with air conditioning and heating repairs. To avoid problems:

  • Get recommendations. Ask friends, neighbors and co-workers who they use for repairs.
  • Check credentials. Contact the Consumer Protection Division at 1-877-5-NO-SCAM and your local Better Business Bureau to learn about the company’s complaint history. To see if the repair person is properly licensed, contact the State Board of Examiners of Plumbing, Heating and Fire Sprinkler Contractors at (919) 875-3612.
  • Get a written contract. Read it carefully before you sign it and make sure it includes all promises made orally. Remember that state law gives you three business days to cancel if you sign a home repair contract at your home rather than at the company’s place of business.
  • Don’t pay upfront, don’t pay until you’re satisfied, and pay by check or credit card—not cash—if possible.

If you experience problems with an air conditioning repair job, call us toll-free within North Carolina at 1-877-5-NO-SCAM or file a complaint online at

To protect yourself from higher temperatures, learn the warning signs of heat-related illness and how to contact your local Department of Social Services for help if you are without a way to cool off.