What happens to my home during the weatherization process?
The first step in the process is for the weatherization inspector to conduct an assessment of your home, called an energy audit. This determines your home's energy use and possible energy conservation measures. The inspector will explain what work can be performed to your home.

A professional contractor selected by AACOG will install the various weatherization measures. When this is complete, the inspector will return to your home to make certain that everything is satisfactory.

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1. Who is eligible for the Weatherization Assistance Program?
2. What type of weatherization measures can I receive?
3. How do I apply?
4. If I rent, can I still apply?
5. Where does AACOG provide the Weatherization Assistance Program?
6. What happens to my home during the weatherization process?
7. How will I benefit by participating in the weatherization program?
8. How often I can apply for the services?