WHICH PROGRAM DO YOU QUALIFY FOR?

Program qualification is solely based on the number of people in your household and the combined annual income. Use the charts below to determine your qualification.

Qualifying Household Incomes

1 person – $53,000
2 people – $60,600
3 people – $68,150
4 people – $75,700
5 people – $81,800
6 people – $91,151
7 people – $97,947

50% off up to $4,000 on a new heating system and/or insulation

1 person – $27,597
2 people – $36,008
3 people – $44,580
4 people – $53,071
5 people – $61,562
6 people – $70,054
7 people – $73,460

Free insulation and/or new heating system for income eligible home owners up to $4,000

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  • ENERGY AUDIT
  • INSULSMART
  • WEATHERIZATION

A Home Energy Audit is the first step in home energy savings. A home energy audit can help you assess how much energy your home uses and evaluate what measures you can take to improve your home energy efficiency. But remember, home energy audits alone don’t save energy. You need to implement the recommended home energy saving improvements in order to enhance energy efficiency, lower utility bills, and increase comfort.

 

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InsulSmart Interior Foam Insulation is a great new non-expanding injectable foam insulation product for new and existing walls. InsulSmart is non-toxic and can be safely and easily installed by a contractor in both residential and commercial structures. InsulSmart is affordable and perfect for small and large insulation projects. With the consistency of shaving cream, it expands fully before entering the wall, flowing through the wall cavity, and hardening in place as it dries. InsulSmart lives up to its name by providing outstanding insulation value. InsulSmart is a great investment!

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Home Weatherization, sometimes called weatherproofing, is the process of protecting a structure, such as a home or business, from outside elements. Not only can weatherization help decrease energy costs, but it can also help protect buildings from possible water, wind, sun and insect damage. When structures shift or are damaged by the elements, such as wind or rain, it is important that a building’s windows and doors maintain an airtight seal to prevent against further damage and energy loss.

Caulking, weatherstripping, and replacing old windows with energy efficient alternatives can help weatherize a structure. It should be noted that weatherization is a different process than winterization, which refers to those efforts to prepare such things as a home, car, or pool, for an upcoming winter.

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