The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program works to permanently reduce energy bills of low-income families by providing home repairs proven to be cost-effective and result in energy efficiency.

Typical energy saving measures include: installing attic and wall insulation, reducing air infiltration with caulking, door weather stripping, replacing broken glass panes, performing basic tune-ups to heating and cooling systems, replacing some appliances with more efficient units, and replacing incandescent lighting with compact fluorescent bulbs.

Weatherization services are provided free of charge to all eligible households in the MCA coverage area. Weatherization services are provided based on funding availability and are not guaranteed.