As a Maryland Energy Administration Grantee, Building Change Has Completed Hundreds of Sustainable Modifications for Low- and Moderate-Income Residents.
We Provide Home Weatherization Services for Low- and Moderate-Income Maryland Residents
Funded by the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) and in partnership with EDGE Energy, we are proud to offer Energy and Weatherization Grants to our local Maryland Community for fiscal years 2023 and 2024. If qualified, this grant will utilize funds to make improvements to your home to help reduce monthly utility bills, improve home comfort and home indoor air-quality, and eliminate some health and safety issues.
Typical upgrades include energy audits, insulation, air-sealing, duct-sealing, heating and cooling equipment, and more!
Homeowners must meet income criteria and be willing to provide documentation of income, together with page 1 and page 2 of your most recent Federal Income Tax Return form 1040 or Social Security Benefit Statement, Mobile Home Title (if applicable), Gas (if applicable) and Electric Utility bill.
|Number of People Living in House||Owner(s) Only Annual Income Must Be Less Than||Number of People Living in House||Owner(s) Only Annual Income Must Be Less Than|
|1 →||$ 66,938.00||2 →||$ 76,500.00|
|3 →||$ 86,063.00||4 →||$ 95,625.00|
|5 →||$103,275.00||6 →||$110,925.00|
|7 →||$118,575.00||8 →||$126,225.00|
The following make the home ineligible for this opportunity: False Income Statements or; Aggressive dogs
not being safely handled; Drug use on premises; Threats to auditor; Home found structurally inadequate; Rental
property; and/or any safety or other issues prohibited by grant special conditions.
In addition to the above, the following could (after inspection) also make the home ineligible:
Nub and Tub wiring (means you can’t install attic insulation); Mold problem; water problem such as a hole in
the roof or standing water in the basement; home sealed too tight resulting in the inability of fumes to escape
through natural ventilation; major roof issues; major plumbing issues; or a Gas leak.
Veterans and/or Retired Homeowners will be given preference.
Please click the application button above to obtain sustainable home modification performed by Building Change and its partners.
You can can submit your completed application by Email, Mail, or Fax:
Email: [email protected] and [email protected]\
Mail: Building Change, Inc.
Attn: Lt. (Ret) James Flynn
6852 Distribution Dr.
Beltsville, MD 20705
Building Change, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Submit Your Questions
- Lt. (Ret) James (Jim) Flynn at 240-417-9098 or [email protected]
- Alison Miller at 301-908-4079 or [email protected]
Above: An HVAC technician tests the performance of air ducts.
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“I am pleased my house /appliances will be more energy efficient, save me
money and make the world more pollution-free.”