What type of work can be done and what cannot be done?

The program is designed to perform energy saving repairs and measures. This can include but is not limited to: 

  • Insulation of attics, walls, and crawl spaces
  • Air sealing work such as caulking and weather-stripping
  • Repairs and some replacements of leaky windows and doors
  • Repairs and some replacements of inefficient furnaces, hot water heaters, and refrigerators
  • Many other small repairs

We do not do any plumbing or electrical work. We do not install wheel chair ramps, fix gutters, repair steps, or address mold issues. All of our repairs must address energy concerns to be allowed.

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1. What are the income guidelines for the program?
2. How can I automatically qualify?
3. What type of work can be done and what cannot be done?
4. Will you replace my windows?
5. Can you replace my roof?
6. Can you replace my furnace or hot water heater?
7. Can you weatherize my home if I am a renter?
8. What about mobile homes?
9. Do you replace refrigerators?
10. My house was weatherized before, can I get Weatherization services again?
11. What information do you need to provide when applying?
12. What is required for income documentation?