The Weatherization Assistance Program provides free home energy conservation services to eligible low-income homeowners and renters. Weatherization may include caulking, weather stripping, insulating and smoke detectors.
Michigan’s Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) is a federally funded, low-income residential energy conservation program providing free home energy conservation services to eligible homeowners and renters with a household income at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level. You are also eligible if you participate in the Department of Human Services Family Independence Program or receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
These weatherization services can help reduce energy use and lower utility bills. If you qualify, a trained inspector will assess your home and determine which measures will be the most beneficial to you. Measures may include adding caulking and weather stripping; wall, basement, and attic insulation and ventilation; and smoke detectors. Call your local Community Action Agency, U.P. 2-1-1 or go to www.mcaaa.org for more information or to find the community action agency in your area. For additional information on saving energy and money, visit www.energy.gov/energysaver or UPPCO’s Saving Energy pages.