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Keep York County Warm provides provides weatherization and aging in place measures at no-cost to qualified low-income homeowners in York County. The program focuses on minimally disruptive low cost but high impact improvements to homes.


Program Sponsors

Do You Qualify?

To qualify for services you must:

  • Own your home, or live in a home owned by someone in your family

  • Live in York County

  • Qualify for LIHEAP, received general assistance in the past year or have a yearly income under 80% of the median income:

   $30,840 (family of 1); $35,220(2), $39,600(3); $43,980 (4)


If you qualify for Keep York County Warm! complete this form to register for the program.

Return the registration to us by mail:

PO Box 267,

Kennebunk, ME , 04043

Or email it to us at:

Storm Window Inserts 

Interior storm window inserts help to reduce drafts and keep your home warm. Inserts are removable and can be used each year. The window inserts are built specifically for your windows. A team of volunteers will take window measurements and install them after they are built.


On average low- income families spend 30% of their income on energy costs, often times making the costs of upgrades and repairs out of reach. Weatherization upgrades help to lower energy costs by creating a more energy efficient home. Services can include: pipe insulation, new storm doors, caulking and pipe insulation

Aging in Place

Aging in place modifications allow seniors to age safely and comfortably in their homes.

Aginig in place modifications can include: installing grab bars and hand rails, adding lever door handles, doorbells, raised toilet seats and step repair

Adopt a Home

Churches, local businesses and individuals have the opportunity to “Adopt-A-Home" in our program. You can adopt a home by donating to our program through the give section of our website. When making the donation in the "write a note" box say Adopt-A-Home and your donation will be put towards our weatherization and aging in place program. 

Volunteer with Keep York County Warm! to make a difference in our local community. Volunteers have the opportunity to join us in our Storm Window Workshop and help us build and wrap window frames. Or can join us as a part of the window measurement and installation team. No experience is necessary we will train all new volunteers


2-1-1 Maine is a great way to access over 10,000 health and human services, including heating assistance. Check out their website or dial 2-1-1 for more information.

York County Community Action provides a wide range of services for qualified York county residents.

Other Resources


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