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We do perform test and tunes for mobile homes. Some restrictions apply for attached housing such as condos and apartments, but if the home has a separate HVAC system and is metered separately, it may qualify for the program.
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Your household must be at or below 80% of the area median income (AMI) level for Washtenaw County to qualify for the Furnace Test and Tune Program. Income eligibility is established based on the previous month of income for the entire household.
If you are eligible for any of the following assistance programs, then you may be automatically eligible for the Furnace Test and Tune Program (if documentation that shows this is included in application documents):
We cannot provide a test and tune for your furnace if it has been tuned up in the last three years.
We will assign a mechanical contractor to perform the test and tune. These contractors have all been through a strict screening process and have all the necessary training, certifications, and insurance to perform this work.
If you are a renter, we need a completed Landlord Consent Agreement (PDF) before we can complete work on the home.
Along with the Furnace Test & Tune Program, we also run the Weatherization Program and the Home Rehabilitation Program. Through the Weatherization Program we can provide insulation, air sealing, and other measures that make your home more energy efficient. The Home Rehabilitation Program offers some roof replacements and emergency furnace replacements. A separate application process is required for each program. Please call 734-544-3008 to see if you may qualify.