How Weatherization works

The Weatherization Program uses various energy conservation measures to help eligible families reduce heating and cooling costs. This program uses the Neat Audit to determine what needs to be done in the home, i.e., insulation, weather stripping, duct sealing, air infiltration, windows, replacing inefficient heating and cooling appliances. Health and safety instruction is also provided, as well as checking homes for the presence of carbon monoxide with carbon monoxide and smoke detectors installed in all weatherized homes. All Weatherization services are completely free to eligible households as well as Landlords.


Households receiving SSI or a VA Means-Tested Program Payment are categorically eligible for weatherization. Other households' income must be below 200% of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines to be eligible. Prioritization is applied to each household based on (1) Energy Burden & Consumption, (2) Poverty Level, (3) Vulnerable Household Members, and (4) Children 5 and Younger.


Required Documents

TDHCA US Citizenship Identity Matrix-Updated 0819 - Please review this document and if you are applying for UTILITY ASSISTANCE or WEATHERIZATION, you will need to upload proof of citizenship and identity into the kiosk.

Fast Facts for Non-US Born Citizens – Please review this document if you need assistance in replacing your alien status documents.

Where to Write for Vital Records - Please use this link to order a replacement birth certificate.

Please print, complete and return with your application:

How to apply for services

Click on the Service Locations link to find a center near you. If you are in Williamson, Burnet, Somervell, or Erath counties, please contact our Weatherization staff toll free at 866-372-5167, ext. 271.

Service Locations