The Kansas Weatherization Program, a Department of Energy, Health and Human Services funded program is available to Kansas residents who meet certain criteria.
Weatherization improves energy efficiency and lowers utility bills by ensuring your home holds in heat and air conditioning while keeping hot and cold air out. Eligible households receive a comprehensive home energy audit to identify inefficiencies and health and safety concerns. Based on a home's audit results, improvements may include:
- Sealing of drafts and air leaks, caulking doors and windows, weatherstripping
- Testing, cleaning and repairs of heating and cooling systems and water heaters
- Adding insulation to ceilings, walls, floors, and foundations
- Lighting, refrigerator, and fan upgrades.
These services are provided to income eligible homeowners and renters. Click below for more information including eligibility requirements and contact information on the Kansas Weatherization Program website.