The Arapahoe County Weatherization Division installs free energy conservation measures and energy-efficient appliances in low-income households in Adams County and Arapahoe County. The program helps eligible residents to conserve energy and save money on heating and cooling bills, while improving the comfort of their homes year-round. 2016 marked the 40th anniversary of the National Weatherization Assistance Program.



Weatherization services may include:

  • Energy audit of the home
  • Energy conservation information
  • Furnace and water heater safety test
  • Furnace replacement, if eligible
  • Insulation in attics, walls and crawl spaces
  • Storm Windows, if eligible
  • Sealing air leaks
  • LED light bulbs

Eligibility Information- Traditional Weatherization

We can weatherize owner-occupied homes and rentals, including single-family houses, mobile homes and multi-family units up to a four-plex. A home can only receive weatherization services once. All services and materials are provided at no cost to eligible households, and all employees and subcontractors must pass a background check.

Funding for weatherization services is provided by theColorado Energy Office and the U.S. Department of Energy Denver Regional Office.

Eligibility Information- Energy Efficiency Home Improvements

For a limited time, special grant funding is available to provide free Energy Efficiency Home Improvements to owner-occupied households (no renters) in Arapahoe County, excluding Aurora households with household incomes at or below 80 percent of adjusted median income (see eligibility requirements for details).