No-cost support is available to help customers on a fixed or limited income weatherize their homes
A home that has been weatherized can reduce energy bills right away, saving annually on fuel usage by an average of 35 percent.
Weatherization provides energy-efficient improvements to the homes of qualifying owners and renters. Not only does weatherizing a home make it more energy-efficient and affordable, but it also addresses key health and safety issues within a home. That's why Spire is proud to help fund programs like this that make life better and more affordable for everyone. To get started, contact your local community action agency.
- A professional energy audit
- Free home upgrades
- Free customer education on maintaining home safety and efficiency
- Lowering energy use
- An even safer, more comfortable home
- Start by calling the United Way at 211 or contact your local community action agency to see if you qualify
- A crew will visit your home and evaluate the weatherization needs
- The agency will review the recommendations from the crew and hire contractors for weatherization services
- Weatherization work will begin on your home
- The agency will inspect the completed work
Weatherization assistance is awarded based on the following maximum household income level guidelines:
For households with more than four people, add $8,960 for each additional person.
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See if you qualify for other special payment arrangements or programs
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