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ENERGY STAR® Home Improvement

Making your home more energy efficient with ENERGY STAR can help to reduce high energy bills, improve comfort and help to protect the environment.

ENERGY STAR® - Do It Yourself

Sealing and insulating are cost-effective ways to make a home more comfortable and energy efficient. Do it yourself with guidance from ENERGY STAR!

 Your Comfort Is Our Cause 

 

  

Weatherization Residential Assistance Program

Hot summer days and cold winter nights take their toll on home energy needs, especially for our elderly, disabled and financially challenged customers.

If you own or *lease a single-family, duplex or mobile home and have an income of less than $50,000 a year, your home could be eligible for free weatherization services. The OG&E Residential Weatherization program can help improve your comfort and reduce energy costs. Some home improvements may include:

  • Adding attic insulation
  • Air leakage sealing around windows and doors
  • Duct sealing
  • Installing energy-saving compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs)                                                             

To learn more about the importance of these improvements, watch the OG&E Weatherization video.

For eligibility and participation, contact OG&E Customer Service at 405-272-9741 (metro Oklahoma City) or 800-272-9741 (all others). 

*Weatherization services are available to rental properties if an eligible customer lives in the home and with approval from the property owner.

Arkansas Customers

The Weatherization Program in Arkansas provides free hom energy efficiency upgrades to current OG&E residential customers whose homes were built prior to 1997. Weatherization services may include:

  • Adding attic insulation
  • Caulking, air sealing and weather stripping throughout your home
  • Sealing around doors and windows
  • Installing energy-saving compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) 

The program can help you manage your energy costs and improve the comfort of your home.  To see if your home qualifies or to enroll, call the Community Services Clearinghouse at 479-782-5074, M - F, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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