Assistance for weatherization of residence

  The household received services free, or at a reduced cost, from the Federal, State, or local Government. Any of the following services could have been received: * Insulation in the attic, outside wall, or basement/crawlspace below the floor of the house * Insulation around the hot water heater * Repair of broken windows or doors to keep out the cold or hot weather * Weather stripping or caulking around any windows or doors to the outside * Storm doors or windows added * Repair of broken furnace * Furnace tune-up and/or modifications * Other home energy-saving devices.
  U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration's Energy Glossary

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