The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) is partnering with local agencies and the U.S. Department of Energy to offer a free Weatherization Assistance Program to low-income residents of Colorado.
What is “Weatherization?”
“Weatherization” is a blanket term for a variety of measures that improve the energy efficiency of a home. It includes cost-effective improvements and upgrades to reduce energy usage, save money, and improve the overall comfort of a home year-round.
Programs vary by location, but may include things like:
- Energy Audits
- Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb Retrofits (CFLs)
- Air Sealing
- Insulation in Attic, Floor, and Walls
- Furnace Safety Testing
- Furnace Repair or Replacement
- Refrigerator Replacement
- Storm Windows and Doors
- Energy Conservation Information
This program gives eligible residents the ability to save money on their energy bills through the implementation of energy efficiency measures.
Agency Service Areas and Program Application
If you think that you or someone you know would benefit from this service, we encourage you to contact your local agency. A map of the areas served by various agencies can be found at www.colorado.gov/pacific/energyoffice/local-agencies along with information about applying for the programs.
For further information about the program, go to the CEO weatherization program’s Frequently Asked Questions page. For more information about energy-saving measures in general, visit the Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency website.
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