Weatherization

Creating a more comfortable home

Your home may qualify for free weatherization services that will help decrease your energy bills and increase your comfort.

  • Oklahoma Residential
  • Arkansas Residential

The constantly changing Oklahoma weather can really take its toll on your home. That’s why OG&E offers the Weatherization Program to all residential customers who own or lease a single-family, duplex or mobile home and have an income of less than $50,000 a year.

If you fall within these requirements, then you could be eligible for the FREE OG&E Weatherization Program. This program can help improve your comfort, reduce energy costs, and safeguard your residence. Some home improvements may include:

  • Adding attic insulation
  • Sealing air leakage around windows and doors
  • Duct sealing
  • Installing energy-saving light bulbs

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

For eligibility and participation, contact Customer Service Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 405-272-9741 (Oklahoma City) or 800-272-9741 (all other areas).  

Changes in weather can really affect your home.

Learn more about the OG&E Weatherization Program and how it can help you.

The OG&E Weatherization Program provides free home energy efficiency upgrades to current OG&E residential customers, residing in Arkansas, whose homes were built prior to 2005. Making your home more energy efficient will help you lower electric bills.  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)

Take advantage of this program can help you manage your energy costs and improve the comfort of your home. To see if you qualify or to enroll, contact us at 1-800-272-9741.

Free Weatherization Program

OG&E Arkansas customers tell about their experience with OG&E's home weatherization assistance program.

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