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Brevard County Housing Programs - Weatherization Program

Brevard County has received funding from the Department of Economic Opportunity to make homes more energy efficient.

If your household income is at or below the Annual Income Limit for your family size, we may be able to help you lower your monthly utility bills through low cost energy conservation measures.

Brevard County does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, age, sex, familial status, national origin, or handicap.



Household Size Household Income
1 $23,340
2 $31,460
3 $39,580
4 $47,700
5 $55,820
6 $63,940
7 $72,060
8 $80,180

Available Services Include

If you meet the income guide-lines, you may be eligible

  • Insulation
  • Weather stripping and caulking
  • Reduction of Air Infiltration
  • Furnace Repair
  • Air Conditioner Repair
  • Water Heater line insulation
  • Water saving components

Available Documentation

FileSizeUploaded on
Weatherization Program Measures 205.34 KB09 Feb, 2017
Weatherization Project Palm Bay 340.00 KB09 Feb, 2017



For more information:

Michael McDonald, Constructions Team Supervisor
Phone: 321-633-2076
Michael.McDonald@brevardcounty.us

Housing & Human Services Department

Viera Government Center
2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way
Building B, Suite 106
Viera, FL 32940

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