The Weatherization Program

The Weatherization Program installs energy-saving improvements that help to reduce energy bills. The program is open to homeowners, renters, and landlords who rent to income-eligible tenants. Typical Weatherization Program improvements include: air sealing, attic and wall insulation, replacement or repair of heating systems, replacement of older refrigerators, and energy-efficient lighting.

The Program is funded by the Wisconsin Division of Energy, Housing, and Community Resources.


Applying for Energy Assistance at your local Wisconsin Heating Energy Assistance Agency or Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) agency is the FIRST STEP in determining your eligibility for weatherization services. Learn about income guidelines here.

Apply for energy assistance in Rock and Walworth counties at:Weatherization program community action

Rock County – Energy Assistance Program
(608) 363-9200
Energy Services Inc.
118 Eclipse Center, Beloit, WI 53511

Walworth County – Energy Assistance Program
(262) 427-8505

Energy Services Inc.
319 N. Wisconsin St.
Elkhorn, WI 53121

The goal of the weatherization program is to save energy. Priority is given to high energy use homes that are occupied by individuals who are elderly, handicapped, or children less than 6 years of age. Community Action’s Weatherization Program receives a list of eligible applicants from WHEAP and determines the service priority and building eligibility.

Community Action contacts the highest priority households to offer / schedule an energy audit.  The audit determines what weatherization services are the most cost effective and allowed.  The installation of appropriate weatherization measures is coordinated by Community Action and performed by Weatherization Program subcontractors.

Additional information is available by calling the Weatherization Program.

Weatherization Program Phone:
(608) 755-2464
(800) 301-3951