Weatherization and Energy Conservation
Home Weatherization and Energy Conservation Services
The Home Weatherization Assistance Program is a federally funded low-income residential energy efficiency program. The program reduces low-income households' energy use thus creating more affordable housing for those in most need. The program also insures healthier homes through attention to health and safety protocols.
Services include attic, wall and basement insulation; blower-door-guided air leakage reduction; heating system repairs or replacements; and health and safety testing and inspections.
All measures are provided based on an on-site energy audit and on cost-effective guidelines developed using the NEAT computerized energy audit. Individualized client education is an important component of the program.
|Size of Family Unit||200%|
For families with more than 8 persons, add $9,440 for each additional person. *Effective 1/22/22
Click here to download an application for Home Weatherization Services.
You must print the application and mail it to:
HHWP Community Action Commission
1637 Tiffin Avenue
Findlay, OH 45840
Be sure to include proof of income for all household members and a copy of your gas and electric bills.
Click here to connect to Ohio's Business Response Line.
Who Benefits from Home Weatherization?
Households at or below 200% (See Income Guidelines) of the federal poverty guidelines or households participating in Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) qualify for this no-cost program.
If you are a renter, your landlord must sign documents that authorize the weatherization of the property.
After weatherization, households that heat with natural gas reduce consumption by an average of more than 30% for space heating, and electrically heated homes reduce usage by 20% on average.
Everyone benefits from this service, as the burden of unpaid utility bills is reduced.
During our program year 2020 (July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021), we provided energy conservation services to 120 households in our service area, which includes Allen County for HWAP.