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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.
Efficient Light Sources
WEATHERIZATION SERVICES INCLUDE:
*Services rendered are dependent upon an energy assessment by certified staff, as well as current DHCD guidelines.
HOW DO YOU QUALIFY?
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)
Weatherization Service Area Includes:
Isle of Wight
Richmond City Charles City
Colonial Heights Dinwiddie
Above data is updated annually by the Department of Housing & Community Development.
Assumption of Risk
To apply, please submit this application along with the following documentation:
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
Please email your documentation to Maria Olaya, Director of Client Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) 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)
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