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The Weatherization Assistance Program assists eligible families and individuals by reducing their heating/cooling costs and improving the safetyof their homes through energy efficiency measures.
Energyefficiency measures performed through the program include air sealing (weather-stripping, caulking), wall and ceiling insulation, heating system improvements or replacement, efficiency improvements in lighting, hot watertank and pipe insulation, and refrigerator replacements with highly efficient Energy Star rated units. Household energy use reductions andresultant energy cost savings can be significant.
Weatherization is the process by which targeted measures are performed on a home that has a direct result on reducing energy bills. Weatherization services are provided to seniors, low-income families and individuals who are handicap and qualify for the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines. These services are available to residents of Clayton, Henry, and Fayette Counties.
There are four areas in which these measures are accomplished.
After the test is completed, the staff uses the “N.E.A.T.” audit to determine the extent of Weatherization work to be done on the home.
Clayton County Community Service Authority, Inc. (CCCSA, Inc.) is a non-profit
organization that operates/administers the weatherization program to qualified
residents in Clayton, Henry and Fayette counties funded by the Department of
Energy and other funding sources through the Georgia Environmental Finance
Authority. Invitation to Bid is being accepted for:
Qualified Weatherization and HVAC Contractors to weatherize homes in Clayton,
Henry and Fayette Counties. Five (5) most reasonable, responsible, responsive and
qualified bidders will be chosen.
The right to reject any and all proposals and waive informalities is reserved.
Minority owned firms, women’s business enterprises, and small businesses are encouraged to respond.
To receive a bid packet & details please contact
Darian Verrett, Weatherization Coordinator
The completed bid packets must be returned
by 3p.m. on March 16, 2022.
Bids will be opened at that time.
NOTE: New potential contractors will be allowed to submit proposals for
consideration at any time during the year. If certified, the certification will only be
good for the months remaining until the next annual proposal submission.
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