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Weatherization & Energy Efficiency
LCCAP’s Weatherization and Energy Efficiency Program is funded through the Department of Community and Economic Development through its Weatherization Assistance Program funds. This funding provides weatherization services, as well as energy efficiency measures to allow low-income residents to save money on their utility bills.
General Services Provided:
• Services start with an audit of the home to analyze the measures to be taken on that specific home to provide the most energy efficiency, which may vary slightly from home to home.
• Generally, services include air sealing, attic and sidewall insulation, installation of low-e storm windows and perimeter sealing. Health and Safety items are addressed as per weatherization guidelines.
• Client receives energy education to allow for continued energy efficiency practices in the home after work is complete.
• 200% Federal Poverty Level; priority given to those that have received LIHEAP assistance, receive SSI or TANF, have a family member 60 or older, or 12 years and younger.