The primary goals of UCAN's Weatherization Program are to help residents lower their utility bills, reduce energy use, and to improve their home's safety and durability. We work with homeowners and renters at no cost or reduced cost. When we have available funding, after receipt of a qualifying application, our staff perform an energy audit of a home. All work is performed on a case-by-case basis depending on the home and its needs. Based on what we learn, we may offer to:
A contractor performs the work. Our staff then inspects the work to ensure it has been done properly. Some measures, such as insulating ceilings or floors can provide savings for the lifetime of a home-25 years of more. Other measures, such as making heating or cooling more efficient, provide cost savings for 10-15 years.
As an additional service, we provide qualifying residents with conservation kits that include:
In some cases, we also distribute window kits and additional compact fluorescent lights.
If you know someone who would like to reduce their energy bill, please have them call (541) 492-3932 or (800) 301-8226 and ask for extension 3932 in Douglas County.
In Josephine County, please have them call (541) 956-4447.
Legal Notice for Request for Qualifications
UCAN is now accepting proposals for weatherization contractors for the installation of weatherization measures and repairs to income-eligible homes in Douglas and Josephine Counties.
Applicants must meet license, bond, registration, and insurance requirements and have experience and certification in performing weatherization installations and repairs.
RFQ packages may be obtained here or by sending an 8 1/2 x 11 SASE to Randy Magnuson at 280 Kenneth Ford Drive, Roseburg OR 97470, or by stopping by UCAN's offices at that address. UCAN encourages Minority and Women-Owned Enterprises to apply.