Since 1983 Northfield Community LDC has helped thousands of Staten Island residents make their homes and apartments safer and more energy efficient through our New York State Sponsored Weatherization Assistance Program.
Home energy efficiency prevents wasted energy and wasted dollars—less leakage of warm air and entry of cold air leads to lower fuel and utility costs. Increased energy efficiency means homeowners and tenants are able to maintain comfort without compromising health and safety.
Northfield’s weatherization program is administered by the U.S. Department of Energy through the New York State government with supplemental funding from the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and private monies.
What services does weatherization provide?
Northfield Community LDC’s Weatherization Assistance Program offers a broad range of services to Staten Island Residents. Our staff conduct energy audits and compile data on energy use in single family homes and multi-family buildings.
Our Weatherization department can:
- Detect and correct dangerous levels of carbon monoxide
- Upgrade or replace heating and distribution systems
- Insulate roofs and walls
- Seal open by-passes and chasers
- Conserve domestic water use
- Repair or replace non-energy efficient windows and doors
- Install carbon monoxide and smoke detectors.
What are the benefits of weatherization?
Weatherization creates both immediate and long term financial and safety benefits, including:
- Ensuring healthy, safe, and comfortable dwellings
- Retaining affordable housing for senior citizens and eligible families
- Promoting energy efficiency and associated cost savings
- Developing new building improvement methods
- Improving housing stock
- Stimulating economic development and employment
Fee for Service
For those who do not qualify for free energy improvements, Northfield LDC offers the same services for a fee. Additional energy conservation measures may also be installed through programs with National Grid and NYSERDA (New York State Energy Research and development Authority).
For more information, please contact:
Phone: (718) 442-7351 ext. 271