The JCCEO Weatherization Assistance Program weatherizes homes to make them more energy-efficient, cooler in the summer, and warmer in the winter. Steps to lower your gas and electric bills through home weatherization can include repair or replacement of windows and doors, caulking, weather stripping, and/or adding ceiling insulation. Low-income residents whose homes are selected for this program can use their utility savings for other critical needs. Proof of annual household income, homeownership, other information, and participation in Weatherization Assistance Counseling is required of all applicants.
To schedule an appointment, email Weatherization@jcceo.org or fill out the short form below for Weatherization assistance.
Watch the video below to see and learn how the JCCEO Weatherization Assistance Program is impacting our community.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE JCCEO WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, CLICK THE INFO CHART TAB BELOW. TO APPLY, COMPLETE THE SHORT FORM BELOW.
**PLEASE NOTE: THE FORM BELOW IS FOR WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE ONLY.**
JCCEO WEATHERIZATION SHORT FORM
DID YOU KNOW? • The Weatherization Program was created in 1976 and has served more than 7 million families nationally.
• Low-income families pay an average of 16.3% of their annual income for energy, compared with 3.5% for other households.
• Weatherization services save customers an average of $283 annually.
• For every $1 invested in the program, weatherization returns $4.10 to the household and society.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the Weatherization office phone number?
My application was approved for help. How long before I hear from you and what they are going to do?
Once the inspection is completed the inspector must input all data collected on-site into an energy software tool before a work scope can be developed based on safety, energy savings, cost, and savings-to-investment ratios. You should hear from JCCEO or from your contractor within one month of your inspection.
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