Can you weatherize my home if I am a renter?

Yes we can weatherize rental units, but we have to have the approval of the landlord. And it depends on what type of residential building the client lives in. Single family rental homes, and duplexes we can weatherize without many additional restrictions. Note that for duplexes or other 'multi-unit' rental properties all residents must apply to the program at the same time, though not all residents of the property need to be eligible to receive help. Any large multi unit establishments trigger a few extra requirements which make it much harder to accomplish.


Note: The Department of Energy Regulations restrict the weatherization of 4 story or larger buildings.

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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?