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Weatherization

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An Environmentally Friendly Way To Lower Energy Bills

Is your home drafty?
Have high heating bills?
Take Steps to Insulate and Weatherize Your Home

When?

Before winter.

Why?

You'll reduce your energy usage, lowering your utility bill and reduce your home's carbon footprint.

How?

Insulate your attic. Use caulk to seal air leaks in attic and basement. replace single-paned windows. Seal around doors and windows. Get a home energy audit and hire a professionsal.

How Much Can You SAVE?

Now:

IRS tax credits available now:

Insulation and air sealing: 30%, up to $1200

Doors: 30%, $250/door, up to $500 max

Windows: 30%, up to $600 

House Energy Audit: 30%, up to $150

Whole Home reduction rebate (HOMES): up to $4000

Naperville Renewable Energy Program: 

Insulation: $1/square foot, $3000

Windows: $300/window, up to $3000

Late 2023 for most families, depending on income*

Point-of-Sale Rebates: 50-100%

High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate (HEEHRA): up to $14,000

*Families making less than 150% of the area median income (AMI)

Learn More

Explore further benefits and information about weatherization with Rewiring America.

Find more about the The Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program (IHWAP).

Take advantage of the Home Efficiency Rebates program to save money and reduce pollution. 

Participating in other incentive programs, e.g., the Naperville Renewable Energy Program.

Area Media Income (AMI)

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