Who does it serve?
Eligible residents can apply to have their home weatherized at no cost. First, we do an energy audit and then if necessary, add insulation or make minor home repairs. ACCESS also refers clients to other agency programs and community resources. We make in-home visits to vulnerable residents and help them stay in a safe and healthy environment.
What does it provide?
- ACCESS offers an Energy Education Program with tips to make homes more efficient.
- A Low-Income Weatherization Program helps bring down energy costs.
The Energy Education Program provides valuable tips and efficiency products to help make your home more efficient. People can attend one of our conservation workshops to learn simple cost effective ways to lower household energy use and utility costs. This is a hands-on workshop and all eligible attendees receive a personal conservation “start-up” kit upon completion.
Qualifications for Weatherization Assistance
The Weatherization Program is designed to assist households in making energy efficiency upgrades to their homes through the installation of insulation, doors, windows, and various other energy efficiency measures.
This program is funded primarily by federal, state, and utility based dollars.
The Weatherization Program is also an equal opportunity program and applicants are protected against discrimination on the grounds of age, race, color, sex, religion, primary language, handicap, or national origin in determining the eligibility.*
Assistance through the Weatherization Program is based on the availability of funding and to qualify you must meet the following Gross Household Income Eligibility Guidelines for Weatherization Assistance.
For more information regarding the Weatherization Program please call 779-6691.
* If you have more than six household members please contact the Weatherization Programs for additional household income guidelines.