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What is Weatherization? Weatherization saves people money and helps reduce dependency on fuel assistance by making their homes more energy efficient. 

Click here to watch our Weatherization staff on New Hampshire Public Television.

For eligible clients, our state-certified Weatherization employees perform an energy audit on the client's home. If approved, a trained work crew may make improvements that can include: installing insulation; installation of carbon monoxide and fire detectors; weatherstripping.

Weatherization is statewide program administered by the NH Office of Energy and Planning. The program is funded by federal grants from the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.

Priority is given to the elderly; disabled residents; household with children under the age of 6; households with high fuel use; and the number of years a household has been on fuel assistance. Weatherization measures are typically prioritized by cost effectiveness and by health and safety standards.

To learn if you qualify for the program, please make an appointment to go through the application process at your nearest Community Action Partnership Outreach Office. Certified accepted applications are valid for 12 months from the date of application.

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New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning

Weatherization Contacts

Please contact 603-516-8141 for more information about the Weatherization program. Assistance is dependent upon available funding.

Weatherization Testimonial

Karen of Rochester recently had improvements made to her home by the Weatherization team, and she was just thrilled with the results.

"Oh it's made a big difference. My bedroom is a lot warmer." she said of the improvements. "I've probably saved 1 ½ to 2 tanks of oil which is a lot."

Karen, who lives alone and is disabled and on a fixed income, said the workers were professional and courteous.

"Those guys are wicked awesome," she said.