Programs to Help Pay for Weatherization
Repairs and upgrades to your home can make a big difference in reducing energy use and cost throughout the year. Making sure your home is energy efficient can give you a more comfortable home, lower monthly power bills, and improve air quality and your family’s health.
Low-Cost or free programs
The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) offers programs that may provide help with things like insulation, hot water system improvements, heating/cooling repair or replacement, renewable energy systems, and other health and safety enhancements low-cost or free of charge and assist people of all income levels.
Energy savings tip: CFLs use 75% less electricity than incandescent, last up to 10 times longer and can save you up to $65 over the life of the light bulb.
Check to see if you qualify for one or all of these programs.
How to apply for these programs: Turn in an Office of Home Energy Program or DHCD application. You will be screened for all three programs.
For questions or help with the application: Call 1-855-583-8976.