Weatherization services can help you reduce your home energy costs and conserve energy. They can make your home more comfortable: warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.
Weatherization services may also save you money by reducing your energy consumption. This could mean more money in your pocket.
If you are eligible for Weatherization services, an energy auditor will look at your home to see what can be done to make it more energy efficient.
- Insulate attic and sidewalls
- Repair or replace furnace
- Insulate water heater
- Reduce air leakage
- Information about maintenance and energy conservation
- Health and safety inspection
Any residential unit constructed prior to 1978 with children under age 6 living in the residence. Priority will be given to households with children who have elevated blood lead levels.
If you received Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Benefits (WHEAP) during the last heating season, you may also be eligible for Weatherization services. Persons with high heating costs who receive WHEAP benefits will be given priority for Weatherization services.
Regardless of your income, you may also be eligible if a member of your household has received Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
Eligibility for Weatherization services is not limited to homeowners. If you are a renter or live in a mobile home, duplex, or apartment building, you may be eligible.