Dr. Energy Saver Des Moines Joins Urbandale Chamber of Commerce
01/13/2012

Local energy experts Dr. Energy Saver Des Moines are excited to announce their new partnership with the Urbandale Chamber of Commerce. They recently joined the more than 640 local businesses that are already members of the chamber.

Online PR News – 13-January-2012 – – DES MOINES, IA - Local energy experts Dr. Energy Saver Des Moines are excited to announce their new partnership with the Urbandale Chamber of Commerce. They recently joined the more than 640 local businesses that are already members of the chamber. Membership will allow them the opportunity to network, share business information and advertise with the community, while developing relationships within the community and influencing the local area for the better.

The Urbandale Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit member association that meets business and community needs through promoting economic development, business growth and high quality of life. The chamber works to make change happen in Urbandale by exerting leadership in decisions that affect the area. While many members of the chamber are large corporations, over 75 percent of members have fewer than 20 employees.

The Urbandale Chamber of Commerce works with its members to influence responsible public policy that provides the business community with the resources, infrastructure, and opportunities needed to keep the local economy strong and growing.

"We highly value our membership in the Urbandale Chamber and look forward to building many relationships, and bettering the local area and community," said Shannon Barnes, manager of Dr. Energy Saver Des Moines.

Dr. Energy Saver Des Moines offers many services to local homeowners seeking to reduce their energy expenses and enjoy a more comfortable home. They offer many services including air sealing, home insulation, and heating and cooling in Urbandale, Waterloo, Des Moines, and more!

Contact them today to schedule a home energy audit that helps identify and prioritize problem areas.