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Weatherization inspector


Weatherization Services

MCCSA's Home Preservation / Energy Group 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


An inspection of the dwelling determines which Department of Energy measures will be installed.


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 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.
    • Weatherization crews cannot work on any home that is for sale.


All applicants must provide complete proof of income.

must provide one of the following pieces of documentation:

    • Tax bill with name and address
    • Deed with name and address
    • House payment with name and address
    • Current gas and electric bills

Mobile home owners
must provide:

    • Certificate of mobile home ownership


Renters must provide:

    • Proof of income
    • Landlord's name, address, and phone number


How to Apply

To apply for the weatherization program, call the Community Action Center serving the city/township where you live. The staff at the Community Action Centers will determine if you are eligible and let you know what you need to do to apply.


North Action Center
Serves residents living north of 23 Mile Road, including Armada, Bruce, Chesterfield (north of 23 Mile Road), Lenox, Macomb Twp. (north of 23 Mile Road), Memphis, New Baltimore (north of 23 Mile Road), New Haven, Ray, Richmond, Romeo, Shelby Twp. (north of 23 Mile Road), and Washington.
58527 Delanie Street
New Haven, MI 48048


Central Action Center
Serves residents living north of 14 Mile Road and south of 23 Mile Road and St. Clair Shores, including Chesterfield (south of 23 Mile Road), Clinton Twp., Fraser, Harrison Twp., Macomb Twp. (south of 23 Mile Road), Mount Clemens, New Baltimore (south of 23 Mile Road), Shelby Twp. (south of 23 Mile Road), St. Clair Shores, Sterling Heights, and Utica.
16 Market Street
Mount Clemens, MI 48043


South Action Center
Serves residents living south of 14 Mile, including Center Line, Eastpointe, Roseville, and Warren.
22856 Ryan Road
Warren, MI 48091


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

MCCSA Home Preservation/Energy (Weatherization)
Phone: 586-469-6329
Fax: 586-466-8701
TDD: 586-469-5962

Mailing Address:
21885 Dunham Road
VerKuilen Building, Suite #10
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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