PRODUCING GREEN HOMES AND CAREERS

Sequoia Community Corpsmembers in the Weatherization Program develop the skills to fill demand-driven jobs in the new green economy, while contributing to the creation of healthier households as a result of CSET's weatherization services.

The Weatherization Program works as a pathway into post-secondary education, meaningful certifications and credentials. Corpsmembers, supervised by CSET’s certified on-staff contractors, weatherized 261 homes in 2015 throughout Tulare County. This service helps low-income families have more money to spend on food, medicine and other essentials.

To see if your household qualifies for weatherization services, please visit the Home Weatherization Assistance page.


WEATHERIZATION TRAINING

Corpsmembers are trained in the following weatherization practices:

  • Basic Construction Safety (First Aid/CPR & AED)
  • Blower Door Testing Principles
  • Duck Blaster Testing Principles
  • Combustion Appliance Safety (CAS)
  • Combustion & Ventilation Air (CVA) Calculations Procedures and Implementation
  • Attic Ventilation Calculations Procedures
  • Solar Panel Installation
  • Window Installation
  • Door installation
  • Insulation

TYPES OF WEATHERIZATION

  • Weather stripping exterior doors
  • Water restrictors
  • Low-flow showerheads
  • Water heater blankets
  • Switch and outlet gaskets
  • Carbon monoxide detectors
  • Glass and window replacement
  • Furnace repair or replacement
  • Gas appliance repair or replacement
  • Ceiling insulation
  • Other minor home repairs

EPA CERTIFICATION

CSET is proud to be distinguished as a Lead-Safe Certified Renovation firm by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This certification enables us to conduct lead-based paint renovation, repair and painting activities during the performance of weatherization services.  

CSET is also a licensed Lead-Safe California General Contractor:

  • License Number: B766382