Get Help With Soaring Energy Costs Through LIHEAP
Home heating oil customers should be aware that LIHEAP income limits are increasing for 2023 for Dunbar, PA, and beyond. The income limits increased for 2022. With the price of home heating oil at more than $5.00 a gallon, homeowners will find some relief with LIHEAP. The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps Pennsylvania residents afford home heating oil. With the price of everything increasing, you should apply for LIHEAP if you qualify.
Courtesy Oil Says LIHEAP Income Limits are Increasing for 2023
The LIHEAP program can also help for weatherizing your home and with emergency funds for repairs. In this month’s blog, Courtesy Oil focuses on how much LIHEAP income limits are increasing for 2023. According to the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, the income limits are as follows:
FY 2021 Income Limit 150%
Each additional person, add $6,810.
FY 2022 Income Limit 150%
Each additional person, add $7,080.
MINIMUM CASH BENEFIT
Establish a minimum Cash component benefit of $250.
MAXIMUM CASH BENEFIT
Establish a maximum Cash component benefit of $1000.
MINIMUM CRISIS BENEFIT
Establish a minimum Crisis component benefit of $25.
MAXIMUM CRISIS BENEFIT
Establish a maximum Crisis component benefit of $800.
Apply for LIHEAP in November in Uniontown, PA and Surrounding Areas
Residents in Uniontown, PA and surrounding areas can’t apply for LIHEAP right now, but the application process starts in November. You can start the LIHEAP process by applying online, through the mail, or in person. Visit COMPASS online, and complete the application for LIHEAP in November. Calling your local government office or going online to research LIHEAP assistance is optimal. You don’t have to receive any other government aid for eligibility.
Connellsville, PA-area Homeowners Can Apply for Crisis LIHEAP Grants
A crisis can happen when furnaces shut down, or home heating oil runs out unexpectedly. When that or something else unforeseen happens, Connellsville, PA-area residents can receive crisis grants to pay for home heating oil. A crisis grant means you don’t have to worry about having enough money for repairs or live with no heat. The local Department of Human Services office can give you assistance in applying for the grant.
Delivering Quality Oil Products in Mount Pleasant, PA, and Beyond
Courtesy Oil delivers home heating oil, kerosene, and off-road diesel to Mount Pleasant, PA and beyond. We serve customers in Fayette County, Greene County, and Westmoreland County. We offer free delivery and heating oil budget plans. Delivery to homes, business, and industrial sites saves you money and time.
For more information on our services give Courtesy Oil a call at (724) 438-4328 or (724) 277-8478. Follow us on Facebook for updates! Our friendly representatives are glad to discuss that LIHEAP income limits are increasing for 2023.