Weatherizing your home helps you save money by saving energy, and it can also improve the comfort of your home.
Conduct a home energy audit to start building your strategy for weatherizing your home; then learn about air sealing, insulation, moisture control, and ventilation.
Home Energy Audits
A home energy audit, also known as a home energy assessment, can help you understand the whole picture of your home's energy use.
Weatherization assistance is offered by states; eligibility requirements vary. Find out how to apply for weatherization assistance.
Find an Energy Auditor
The Energy Office does not offer residential energy audits. Visit RESNET or the Building Performance Institute to find an auditor near you.