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Weatherization Services

MCCSA's Home Preservation / Energy Program performs the installation of energy efficient measures to conserve energy in Macomb County homes.

 

Weatherization improvements reduce energy use and save an average of 30 percent on heat/utility bills.

 

A home energy audit determines which measures will be installed.

 

Energy saving services may include:

    • wall insulation
    • attic insulation and ventilation
    • floor/foundation insulation
    • air leakage reduction
    • furnace repair or replacement
    • other energy saving measures


Eligibility

Macomb County families and individuals who are interested in having their home weatherized must meet eligibility guidelines.

    • Services are free to those who qualify.
    • Must meet current Federal Income Guidelines. Income includes gross income of everyone residing in the home at the time of application.
    • Recipients of FIP, SSI or SDA who have received benefits during any of the past twelve months are automatically income eligible.
    • Applicants must be residents of Macomb County
      • If you are not from Macomb County, please visit MichiganCommunityAction.org or call 1-855-MI-ACTION to find your local Weatherization program.

 

All applicants must provide:

 

  • Proof of Home Ownership/Landloard's Information
  • Income Documentation for all residents
  • Current Gas Bill
  • Current Electric Bill

 




For more information about MCCSA's Home Preservation/Energy Group contact:


MCCSA Home Preservation/Energy (Weatherization)
Phone: 586-469-6329
Fax: 586-469-5996
TDD: 586-469-5962


Mailing Address:

VerKuilen Building, Suite #10
21885 Dunham Road
Clinton Township, MI 48036


Email: mccsa@macombgov.org

When emailing questions regarding services, please include your full name, phone number or other contact information, and city of residence. This helps us to serve you more efficiently.


          
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