How can Interior Weatherization, Inc. help me?

We assist low- to moderate- income residents of the road-connected Interior Alaska communities with energy conservation and health and safety measures. Please contact our office for application and qualification details on our program.

If I qualify for a program, how much do I have to pay?

There is no cost to qualified clients for services offered by Interior Weatherization, Inc.

Where are you located?

Our office is located in Fairbanks at 713 15th Avenue just off of South Cushman St. click here for directions

When are you open to receive applications?

We accept applications Monday thru Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., closed from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. for lunch. Before submitting an application, it’s a good idea to call our office and ensure that you are bringing in all the needed documentation. Please allow enough time when you drop off the application (up to 30 minutes) for us to accurately process your application.

Who should I contact to receive an application?

Call our client intake specialist at 452-5323 ext 0 and she will mail you an application. Or you can pick up an application at our office anytime during office hours or download the application from this web site.

I received an application but don't know how to fill it out, what should I do?

Contact our client intake specialist and she will assist you as needed.

Can I submit my application online?

 At this time we can only accept applications submitted in person, by mail, or email.

How long has Interior Weatherization, Inc. been in business?

We have assisted Alaskans with energy conservation needs since 1985. In that time we have weatherized over 6,000 homes.

Is Interior Weatherization, Inc. a government agency?

No, Interior Weatherization, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit company. We do receive grants from state and federal sources.

Is it better to wait until winter to apply, so you can see how cold my house is?

The best time to apply is now. We assess and work on homes year-round. Please bring specific problems (icing, frozen pipes, cold, etc.) to the assessor’s attention.

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