Community Housing Partners weatherize housing for seniors and income-qualifying residents with the goal of making residential homes more energy efficient while ensuring the health and safety of the clients.

Community Housing Partners is helping age- and income-qualifying households in the state keep their homes warm and reduce energy costs amid the freezing temperatures and winter weather assailing the East Coast.

CHP has provided weatherization services in Virginia since 1976.

“Although we perform weatherization services throughout the year, our work is especially important during winter weather like we have had over the past week,” said CHP Vice President of Energy Solutions Bill Beachy.

The Weatherization Assistance program increases the energy efficiency of dwellings occupied by low-income people, thereby reducing their energy costs while safeguarding their health and…

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