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The low-income Home Weatherization program is a free service funded by the Federal Department of Energy (DOE) and administered by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
The program provides free energy conservation services for eligible low-income households. DHHS contracts with MDSCAA/HRA to operate the program.
The local agency determines applicant eligibility, performs the necessary inspections and contracts with qualified, licensed and insured private contractors to complete the work. These services reduce energy use and lower utility bills, thus creating more self-sufficient households.
Energy conservation services may include:
► Combustion appliance testing
► Installing attic insulation/ventilation
► Sidewall and floor insulation
► Interior sealing of major cold-air infiltration areas, utilizing blower door technology
► Repair, seal, or replace windows or doors
We can assist Delta and Schoolcraft County low- to moderate-income households that need housing rehabilitation with zero interest deferred loans. This program is made possible by grants provided to the state by Housing and Urban Development.
At A Glance
37 homes received energy improvements
21families received energy and financial education
9 homes were rehabilitated