We Can Help Repair Your Furnace or Boiler
If you’ve qualified for Energy Assistance and encounter furnace or boiler issues, Community Action may be able to help.
To receive Energy Conservation and Weatherization services, you must first apply for our Energy Assistance services. All Energy Assistance participants are eligible for Energy Conservation and Weatherization services.
If you believe you are eligible, call us at 651-482-8260 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive more information and see how we can make your home more energy efficient and help lower your energy bills.
If you are an Energy Assistance eligible homeowner or renter, you may qualify for a system evaluation by a trained heating technician. After you’ve received an in-home evaluation, repair or replacement of the system may be necessary.
Before contacting a mechanical or weatherization professional, email us at email@example.com or call us at 651-482-8260.
Am I Eligible?
To be eligible for Emergency Furnace and Boiler Repair, you must first apply to our Energy Assistance service.
Household eligibility for Energy Assistance changes year to year. To see if you qualify, consult the 2022-2023 Eligibility Guidelines table below:
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Based on 60% of State Median Income or 110% of Poverty, whichever is greater. For larger household guidelines visit here.
How Do I Apply?
To apply for Emergency Furnace and Boiler Repair, you must apply for our Energy Assistance service.
You can apply in-person at the Community Action Building, call us at 651-645-6470, or download this year’s application here: