The Washtenaw County Weatherization Program is taking applications to help low-income households reduce their energy bills this winter.
The program helps increase energy efficiency in applicants' homes by adding insulation and inspecting and repairing water heaters, furnaces and refrigerators.
Program coordinator Aaron Kraft says the first thing they do is audit a home to determine what problems it faces.
Kraft says the service is only applicable for people living in certain kinds of homes.
The weatherization program helps around 100 households a year, and has assisted thousands since it began.
Homeowners and renters in Washtenaw County may be eligible for FREE weatherization services to help reduce energy bills.
The county can help provide energy saving repairs, which may include but are not limited to: Insulation in the attic, walls, and crawl-spaces Furnace and water heater inspections and repairs Caulking around drafty windows and doors Inspections and replacements for inefficient refrigerators Weather-stripping around doors and attic accesses
The county can help provide energy saving repairs, which may include but are not limited to:
For more information, including eligibility requirements, please review the Weatherization FAQs page.