Free home upgrades that increase comfort and lower energy bills

Having a home that’s uncomfortable — too cold or too hot — and having high energy bills are usually the results of a home that’s not properly protected from the weather. For example, when your home has unsealed air leaks that allow heated air to escape, your heater has to work longer and harder to keep your home, and the people in it, comfortable. The solution to this problem is called weatherization. It’s the process of protecting your entire home so that the air you heat stays where you want it: inside your home.

The Home Weatherization Assistance program is a partnership between PSE, federal and state funding sources. It’s a way for us to connect our income-qualified customers to the local agencies that can assess your home and provide free, whole-home upgrades to help lower your monthly energy bill. The first step you need to take is to contact your local agency to see if you qualify.


Do I qualify?

Check our income table and guidelines to see if you might qualify for the Home Weatherization Assistance program. The best way to find out for sure is to contact your local agency. They will help you through the application process. If you don’t qualify for Home Weatherization Assistance, be sure to check out our increased rebates for income-qualified customers through Efficiency Boost.

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