How It Works
The Low Income Weatherization Program was mandated by Congress to reduce the effect of higher heating costs of low income families and to cut energy consumption nationwide. JobSource provides weatherization services for Madison and Grant counties in Indiana.
Eligible households may receive work on their home which will reduce energy consumption. Typical services include: inspections, service to gas appliances, insulation, air sealing, and sometimes replacement of heating systems and hot water heaters.
A professional energy audit assessment of each home and its energy use is completed. Actual Weatherization measures are determined by the results of the energy audit. The Client Education Program provides suggestions for energy saving practices.
Funding is provided through the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority. The Weatherization Program is a federally funded program (through US Department of Energy and Low Income Household Energy Assistance Program-LIHEAP).