The Weatherization Assistance Program is a federally funded program administered by project:HOMES that assists low-income households with energy improvements in their homes at no cost to them. 

  • Air Sealing

  • Insulation

  • Leak Repairs

  • Ventilation Upgrades

  • Efficient Light Sources

  • Efficient Appliances 

  • Water Savers

  • Client Education

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*Services rendered are dependent upon an energy assessment by certified staff, as well as current DHCD guidelines. 


  • Do you live in the Weatherization service area? (see map below)

  • Do you own your home or have permission from your landlord to apply?

  • Do you income qualify? (see income guidelines below)

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Above data is updated annually by the Department of Housing & Community Development. 


Assumption of Risk


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To apply, please submit this application along with the following documentation:

  1. Proof of income for every member of the household 18 years of age and older:​​

  • 3 months of bank statements showing direct deposits

  • A copy of your 3 previous pay stubs

  • A copy of your social security benefit statement for current year

 2.   A copy of past 3 months of all utility bills showing how            much energy your home currently uses. Must be the full          page.

  • Electric, gas, oil, propane, wood

  • For gas heat, please include an additional 3 previous heating bills within the past 12 months. 

3.   Proof of homeownership, which can be one of the                       following:

  • A copy of the front page of your Deed

  • A copy of your Tax records showing ownership of the home

  • A copy of the certificate of title for mobile homes

Please note that in order to process your application we require a notarized letter from other homeowner(s) not living in the household giving permission for Weatherization.

4.   Assumption of the Risk and Waiver of Liability Relating to         Coronavirus/COVID-19

Weatherization Assistance


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Please email your documentation to Maria Olaya, Director of Client Services ( or mail to:

88 Carnation Street
Richmond, VA 23225

The Weatherization Program is supported by the

Virginia Department of Housing & Community Development

  • Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

  • Department of Energy (DOE)

  • Housing Innovations in Energy Efficiency (HIEE)