The Home Weatherization Assistance Program is able to improve comfort, energy efficiency, and safety for eligible low-income residents.  Qualified, selected applicants can expect a full home weatherization energy audit.  Our auditors inspect everything from your crawlspace to your attic and every space in between.  Auditors will inspect heat systems, insulation, air infiltration, combustion appliances, refrigerator energy usage, some aspects of air quality especially carbon monoxide, and give energy-related education to help the homeowner live more comfortably and efficiently. Clients can be renters or homeowners and live in mobile homes or site built homes.


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The Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program is available to low and moderate homeowners for taking care of health, safety and maintenance issues with their existing homes through a no-interest deferred home loan. Repairs may include, but are not limited to, plumbing, electrical, structural repair, roof repair/replacement, siding, paint, windows/door, insulation, heat system, floors.

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