The goal of the Weatherization Assistance Program is to reduce energy costs for low-income families, particularly the elderly, disabled and those with children under age 12, and households with a high energy burden (repeated high utility bills) by improving the energy efficiency of their homes while ensuring their health and safety
Based on pre-inspection diagnostic testing of your home and available funding; your home may be eligible for a variety of energy saving measures which may include the following in order of priority:
Health and Safety measures. This may include smoke detectors, CO detectors, kitchen and bathroom exhaust fans.
Pre-approved measures such as water heater pipe insulation, water heater tank insulation, faucet aerators, lighting retrofits and low flow showerheads.
reduction. This may include weather stripping, duct sealing, attic insulation, repair or replace inefficient windows
or doors, thresholds, and minor wall, floor and ceiling repair.
- Solar window screens.
- Refrigerator replacement *only if audit and diagnostic testing recommends replacement.
- HVAC system replacement *only if audit and diagnostic testing recommends replacement.