Making sure your property is energy efficient will provide savings on your monthly utility bills. The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development offers programs that provide homeowners of all income levels with the resources to improve their home’s energy efficiency. Our programs can help with insulation, hot water system improvements, furnace repair or replacement, renewable energy systems, and other health and safety enhancements. The department also provides energy efficiency programs specifically for affordable, multifamily rental properties, as well as outreach and training to contractor partners who wish to participate in our programs for residential and small commercial projects.
Helps low income households with installation of energy conservation materials in their homes at no charge.
Combines weatherization improvements with measures that reduce health and safety risks in the home. These improvements work together to not only save you money but also help in providing a healthier indoor living environment.
Helps eligible low income households across the state with the installation of energy conservation materials in their dwelling units. These measures both reduce the consumption of energy and the cost of maintenance for these homes.