About Weatherization

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call Laura at (916) 567-5220 ext.2224

For over 45 years Community Resource Project, Inc. (CRP) Energy and Weatherization Program has provided housing improvements that increase a home’s energy efficiency through various state, federal, and other funded programs.

Weatherization works to help our community become energy efficient by educating and providing quality weatherization services, one home at a time.

Services CRP Offers

Weatherization is the installation of energy conservation efforts which includes infiltration and non-infiltration measures. Our goal is to reduce energy costs while improving energy efficiency and ensuring health and safety for low-income families, particularly the elderly, people with disabilities, and families with young children.

Weatherization measures may include:

  • Weather-stripping, caulking doors and windows
  • Testing, repairing, or replacement* of refrigerators, heating and/or cooling systems, and gas cooking appliance repair
  • Insulating walls, ceilings, floors and attics
  • Installing low-flow shower heads
  • Replacing compact fluorescent lights
  • Duct repair and replacement

Installation of these measures help improve the comfort of your home. Without these weatherization measures, homes lose energy which make the heating/cooling units work harder to keep your home temperature comfortable, resulting in wasted energy and increased utility costs.

Additional services of CRP Energy Efficiency and Weatherization programs include Utility  Payment program (HEAP), Low Income Weatherization Program, the Lead Paint Hazard Abatement Program, Dishwasher & Clothes Washer replacement, Solar Water Heating, and Solar Panel installations.  

Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program

The Sacramento Region residents experience higher than normal temperatures during the summer to freezing temperatures in the winter and are forced to use their air conditioning and heating system in order to maintain a comfortable and safe temperature in their home. This can lead to costly and unaffordable heating and cooling bills.

Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides financial assistance to help offset an eligible residents of the Sacramento Region and Northern California household’s home energy costs.

The Energy Crisis Intervention Program (ECIP) provides assistance to eligible households that are in a crisis situation. Examples include a household that has received a 24- to 48-hour disconnect notice or service termination by its utility company or a household facing an energy-related crisis of life-threatening emergency in the applicant’s household, including a combustible appliance.

Another service offered as a component to other LIHEAP services includes energy budget counseling, education on basic energy efficiency practices and instruction on the proper use and maintenance of installed weatherization measures.

LIHEAP Guidelines 2021

Number of Persons in Household Monthly Income Up To
1 $2,431.09
2 $3,179.11
3 $3,927.14
4 $4,675.17
5 $5,423.19
6 $6,171.22
7 $6,311.48
8 $6,451.73
9 $6,591.99
10 $6,732.24


Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) can provide one payment per program year for electricity, gas, propane, wood or oil for eligible households.

To be eligible for LIHEAP and Energy Crisis Intervention Program (ECIP), applicants must:

  • be a resident within the Community Resource Project, Inc. Northern California region.
  • have low income (click to view income guidelines)
  • have a valid social security card
  • provide current income verification (pay stubs for the previous 6 weeks)
  • present ID such as a driver's license, California ID, and/or valid US identification
  • provide pages 1-3 of current energy bill or 48-hour notice or shut off or provide a current receipt of wood, propane, home heating oil, or gas

Call 916-567-5220 for more information or click here to access our application page.

Eligibility Application

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