Fed Stim energy retrofits for low income
I know I’m on this stimulus package thing lately but…
I was just reading that there is something like a $4.5B set aside in this latest stimulus bill for energy retro-fitting low income households. Not sure if that means SFH, projects, apartment buildings or what?
This seems like a good idea on the surface, the lower your income the less you can afford high heating bills.
From this site it seems like everyone agrees that fiberglas batt insulation is worthless and that for a little be more money you can get much more superior performance with blown in cellulose and then for a lot more money you can get blow in closed cell spray foam.
Assuming the programs don’t completely fall prey to corruption and graft which methods do y’all think should be employed?
Best bang for the buck energy retro-fit ideas for low income households?
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