CAP's weatherization program is designed to assist households with low incomes to permanently reduce their energy bills by making their homes more energy efficient. Measures may include attic, wall, floor and duct insulation, testing space and water heater equipment for repair or replacement and other minor repairs to increase the safety and affordability of your home.
Both homeowners and renters with low incomes may qualify for weatherization assistance. Before weatherization services can be provided to a rental property, the property owner must provide written authorization.
Wait times for weatherization services are dependent on available funding and household priority level. Applications are prioritized based on a variety of factors, including heating emergencies, high energy usage and cost and household members who are elderly or disabled, among others.
Income eligibility requirements vary by program.