Providing weatherization for six counties and 3 Tribal Reservations: Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, Oneida, Vilas and Iron Counties; Bad River, Red Cliff, and Lac du Flambeau Reservations.
This program is operated by the Ashland County Housing Authority.
Addressing weatherization problems can:
- Reduce home energy use
- Improve comfort
- Make the home environment healthier
You may be eligible for weatherization services if:
- You received benefits from Wisconsin’s Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP)
- Your dwelling/apartment has not been weatherized after October 15, 2000
- Your household meets certain priorities that may include a high energy burden.
Applying for Energy Assistance at your local WISCONSIN HEATING ASSISTANCE AGENCY or WHEAP agency is the FIRST STEP in determining your eligability for weatherization services. After you become eligible, contact our office.
For additional information and to get on the waiting list, Contact Nikki at the Ashland County Housing Authority, 1-800-274-8311 or email@example.com
Local Energy Assistance (WHEAP) Contacts:
Douglas County DHHS 715-395-1651
Ashland County HHSD 715-682-7004
Bayfield County DHS 715-373-6144
Iron County HS 715-561-3636
Oneida County DSS 715-362-5695
Vilas County DSS 715-479-3668
Bad River Social and Family Services 715-682-7127
Redcliff DSS 715-779-3706
Lac Du Flambeau Economic Support 715-588-9635
What Can We Do?
Depending on the results of a home energy audit, homes may receive one or more of the following energy efficiency measures:
Adding insulation to the attic, walls and crawl spaces helps reduce energy use and increases comfort.
Sealing Air Leaks
Sealing air leaks will reduce the cold drafts caused by unwanted holes in the home’s structure and may improve indoor air quality.
Update Heating Systems
Replacing an inefficient furnace or boiler will conserve energy and money.
Energy Saving Products
Installing water saving faucet aerators and shower heads, and compact fluorescent light bulbs where applicable will reduce your energy needs. Replacing an old refridgerator with a new ENERGY STAR qualified model will also conserve energy
Income Guidelines for Weatherization 2021-22 Home Energy Plus Program Year
(60% of Wisconsin State Median Income)