Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)

LHC’S commitment

The Louisiana Housing Corporation offers weatherization services to create energy-efficient and comfortable living spaces for Louisiana homeowners. Weatherization is a cost-effective approach that involves making strategic improvements to your home to minimize energy waste, reduce utility bills, and enhance overall comfort.

Discover how our Weatherization program can help you achieve these goals and make your home more sustainable.

What is Weatherization?

Weatherization is the process of making your home more energy-efficient by implementing a range of improvements. These improvements may include insulation installation, air sealing, weather-stripping, duct sealing, and other energy-saving measures.

By addressing areas of energy loss, weatherization helps create a thermal barrier, preventing heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer. It enhances your home's energy performance and reduces reliance on heating and cooling systems, leading to long-term cost savings.

Benefits of Weatherization:

Investing in weatherization offers numerous benefits for homeowners, including:
  • Lower energy bills through reduced energy consumption.
  • Improved indoor comfort by minimizing drafts and temperature fluctuations.
  • Enhanced indoor air quality by reducing air leaks and improving ventilation.
  • Increased durability of your home's structure by mitigating moisture issues.
  • Reduced environmental impact through decreased energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Enhanced resale value of your property with improved energy efficiency ratings.

Program Overview

Household income determines the minimum requirements for weatherization assistance. Availability of WAP is not guaranteed.

Additional waiting list points are given to the following groups:

LHC-Weatherization-Elderly  Elderly: 
60 years of age and older

LHC-Weatherization-Families  Families: 

       With children 17 years of age and under 

LHC-Weatherization-Disabled  Disabled: 
One whose disability has been established in accordance with the Title XXVI of the Social Security Act for the SSI Program.

    LHC-Weatherization-Energy  High Residential Energy Users: 

And households with a high energy burden

LHC Weatherization Region Map


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Quad Area Community Action Agency, Inc.

45300 N. Baptist Rd, Hammond, LA 70401

p. (225) 209-0780
p. (225) 567-2350
f. (225) 209-0781

Margaret Gaudin

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St. Mary Community Action Agency

1407 Barrow St, Franklin, LA 70538
P.O. Box 271, Franklin, LA 70538

p. (337) 828-5784
p. (337) 828-5703
f. (337) 828-5754

Jeff Beverly

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Desoto Parish Police Jury

404 Polk Street, Ste. B, Mansfield, LA 71052
P.O. Box 1410, Mansfield, LA 71052

p. (318) 872-0880
p. (800) 872-0889
f. (318) 871-8616

Michelle Hughes

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LaSalle Community Action Assn, Inc.

825 Hwy. 8, Sicily Island, LA 71368
P.O. Box 716, Ferriday, LA 71334
WAP Office: 107 EE Wallace Blvd, Ferriday, LA 71334

p. (318) 757-9213
p. (318) 389-4810
f. (318) 389-4815

Christopher Lee

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