Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

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11 Responses to “Federal Energy Grants for Homeowners”
  1. Erin Thomas Simmons says:

    I would like very much to file for a grant for myself…This is been pretty neat Lori, and thanks for taking the time to do this.
    I Live in Florida, and being from this state you would think they would have more on the ball…You would think, but they do not!!…Very unfortunately they do not… That being said, I would like very much to get off the grid…I have found several companies that make the equipment needed to do this…But as you know the cost to do so is somewhat high at this time!! $25,000.00 around to do such a thing..So I am quite interested in any serious grant information, links, personal contacts, hot-line to the H.N.I.C. So to speak..and I mean that in the most respectful manner possible!! I mean no harm! apologies to anyone offended..God Bless us one and all! Please forward to me contacts to where, and whom I may speak directly to, and I thank you all! best regards to all!, Erin

  2. Darold Horton says:

    I am a DIYer and I want to produce free energy from solar panels. I would like to put in a 3KW system but I need financial help doing it. I want to reduce the greenhouse effect produced by my home. However like everyone else the initial cost would breake the family savings acount. A grant from the Federal Government would go along way in helping me help the planet.
    Any information you can give me will be greatly appreciated.

    Darold Horton

  3. Lori says:

    Hi Darold,

    You should consider contacting your local Grant office to see the listings that are available to choose from and the requirements that are included with the application! Using the services for a grant assistant you can ensure that you are able to learn as much as possible.

  4. Dave Huddleston says:

    Looking for homeowner grant for window replacement.

  5. Debra Tindall says:

    I was told my home had a “new roof”, but after 2 years I am finding the “new roof” is only “new” in a few spots and done cheaply and the “new windows” are double paned and very nice, but not installed correctly so they leak like sieves wasting my heat and air conditioning as well as electricity and gas. Some extra insulation in the walls would also be welcomed because I am sure it is not as insulated as it should be. Where do we go to fill out an application for a grant? Student loans and the high cost of living in this economy right now make it impossible to pay out of pocket for these much needed environmental and energy-saving projects.

  6. I’ve read this post and am very interested in recieving more information on this subject but when I click on to one of your links there is nothing at all not even an application that you mention in this post. If anyone can point me in the right direction please feel free to email me. Thank you very much.

  7. James Gordon says:

    I am looking for homeowner grant for window replacement.

  8. Amanda Gomez says:

    Where do I go to sign up for a grant, or what do I look or, or who do I call so I can get started?

  9. Janette Boone says:

    I would like to know how to obtain an energy grant for my home. My home needs new windows it is over 40 years old. And now that my husband is not able to work we have no means of fixing this our selves.

    He has been declared disabled by a judge. As well as I. We need help.

    I would love to be able to put a new heating and air conditioning unit in my home. All we have are window units. And our bathroom needs fixed as well really Bad. Please help if possible.

    Thank you
    Mrs. Janette Boone

  10. I am interested in the grant you are advertising. I own a home that was built in the 1940′s. It actually made it through Hurricane Katrina structurally, but it is in desperate need of new windows. The wood has deteriorated and is steadily falling off around the panes. I looked into purchasing some energy-efficient windows with a lifetime guarantee that will reduce the sun’s rays and conserve energy. However, the cost will be $4500 and I am unable to afford them now or in the near future. Please qualify me for this grant.

    Thank You,
    Louise Wheat

  11. Claudia Head says:

    I have just been informed that the ductwork under my house will have to be replaced at a cost of $2,600.00. I had a new gas pack for the first floor of my house installed in 2002. At that time I was told the existing ductwork was fine–better than I could purchase then–of course that was nine years ago now! Prior to this news I was considering installing new storm windows on my house to replace some added in the late 1980s that are broken and will not open. Suddenly I remembered hearing or reading about grants to assist homeowners in saving energy and wondered if this limited work would quality.