What We Do
We provide weatherization to qualifying households to increase energy savings and make homes healthier and safer by keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Our goal is better energy conversation for you and our community! We do this through our federally-funded Weatherization Assistance Program.
All weatherization services are free! Our CSC crew performs most of our Weatherization services, and we partner with local contractors for any additional services.
A typical household spends over $2000 a year on energy costs! Learn more about things you can do at home to conserve energy. It will help you save money and live more comfortably!
Though every home is unique in its weatherization needs, CSC Weatherization performs the following assessments* to identify energy-related problems in the home, and work is performed by our in-house crews:
Eligibility for CSC Weatherization depends on household income and is available to both homeowners and renters, with their landlord’s approval.
*Our services always start with an in-person audit of the home from the CSC crew and is not guaranteed to lead to service delivery.
While everyone’s home is different, it ’s possible for a typical household to save $300 or more a year in energy costs through weatherization and utility assistance.
As part of our utility assistance program, Community Services Consortium offers free energy conservation information to help those we serve learn more about how to save energy in their homes and reduce their utility bills.
For more information about our Weatherization programs or to learn about eligibility, contact your local Community Services Consortium office and browse the documents provided here.
Weatherization services may be available to households that meet the following criteria:
Our Weatherization program serves over one hundred local households annually and maintains a waitlist of applicants for services. After you submit your application:
We’re always available to help answer your questions about energy conservation, weatherization and how to minimize your energy costs.