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Weatherization Assistance Program

The Weatherization Assistance Program provides free home energy upgrades to income-eligible homeowners and renters to help save energy and make sure your home is a healthy and safe place to live.

Weatherization works closely with its companion program, the  Energy Assistance Program, to help permanently reduce the energy bills for low-income Minnesotans.

If your household qualifies, an energy auditor may evaluate your home to determine if weatherization is needed. The auditor will look for opportunities to make your home more energy efficient by sealing air leaks, adding insulation and checking if the furnace is working properly.


After your eligibility has been determined, wait time for assistance varies between local service providers

2021 Income Guidelines for Weatherization Assistance Program

If your household income meets the guidelines listed below, you may qualify for weatherization services.

  • Based on 200% of Federal Poverty Income Guidelines effective January 13, 2021. Income limits will be updated in early 2022.
  • For each additional household member add $9,080 to annual income and $2,270 to three-month income.

The Weatherization Assistance Program uses the past three months of household income to determine eligibility. Households that have received Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) within the last 12 months are eligible. Priority is given to households with elderly or disabled members, households with children under age 19, and households determined to be high energy consumers.

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Weatherization Assistance is a nationwide, federally funded program of the U.S. Department of Energy. Each state administers its weatherization program to meet the unique needs of its low-income residents. Visit the U.S. Department of Energy’s website for more information.

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