A typical evaluation includes:
Once a home is evaluated, a work order, which outlines the work to be completed, is prepared. The work is done by highly trained and insured HVAC and Weatherization professionals.
Work may include:
Services are provided to qualified low-income families in Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Owen, Kenton and Pendleton Counties. Applicants must make an appointment with their local Neighborhood Center and provide the following information and documentation:
NKCAC’s weatherization services has achieved ‘program of excellence’ designation and ‘most innovative’ award three of the four years the Cabinet for Families and Children gave these awards. In 2006 NKCAC’s weatherization program won the prestigious Outstanding Human Services Program in Northern Kentucky award, given each year by Northern Kentucky Area Development District.
NKCAC’s Weatherization is funded and admistered with the support of the following:
The U.S. Department of Energy. DOE has an excellent website with information on saving energy.
Kentucky Housing Corporation provides funding, monitoring, oversight and assistance.
Community Action Kentucky provides training and technical assistance.
Duke Energy provides funding for refrigerator replacements in the Duke Energy services territory.
The Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance a non-profit that provides reduced cost energy assessments and financial incentives to support home energy improvements.
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