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Weatherization helps low-income individuals and families reduce energy costs and increase comfort and safety in their homes. Weatherization improvements may include wall, floor, ceiling, and duct insulation; windows, caulking, door repair or replacement, weather-stripping, furnace tune-ups and repairs, carbon monoxide testing, and water heaters. The process generally takes 8-18 months. Priority is given to families with disabled, elderly, and preschool age children.
A Crisis Weatherization program is also available for people experiencing crisis as a result of broken furnaces or water heaters. Call for more information about how to apply.