A voluntary program to improve air quality by providing vouchers to eligible homeowners to remove and replace old, non-certified wood appliances with cleaner burning, EPA-certified appliances. Incentives range from $1,000 to $8,000 with an additional $250 for participants who are active duty or veterans of the US Armed Forces or an active/retired f...
Partners with local contractors to provide households with low-to-moderate incomes with services that can lower utility bills while also creating a safer, and more comfortable home in which to live. The weatherization process helps homes stay cooler in the summer and warmer during the winter.
Grant program to identify and make minor repairs up to $4,800 that increase the energy efficiency and provide healthy home improvements to homes for low/moderate income households living east of 72nd Street in Omaha.
Energy Conservation modifications and improvements may include:
-Install/replace storm windows and storm doors
Home weatherization helps with caulking, weather stripping, insulation, and other measures to save energy and reduce monthly utility bills. Safety inspection of heating systems and other combustion appliances are also completed. If inspection reveals health and safety risks, the systems may be repaired or replaced under certain conditions.
Qualified families receive home weatherization services at no cost. The goal of weatherization is to reduce home energy consumption/costs for both heating and cooling, and improve the family’s physical comfort, health and safety.
Types of repairs may include air sealing, insulation, appliance upgrades, HVAC system upgrades, and heating a...
|Weatherization program makes energy efficient repairs to homes by providing comfort while |
saving on utility costs.