Springfield Utility Board

Residential Contractor Information

For Residential Weatherization Contractors

SUB requires that projects meet these specifications:

  • Contractor shall be on SUB’s Weatherization Installer list and in good standing.
  • Contractor shall submit proposal to SUB and receive preapproval before starting work.
  • Contractor shall notify SUB of scheduled work to allow SUB to complete in-process inspections.
  • BPA Weatherization Specifications – Projects must be installed according to these modified 2014 BPA specs adopted by SUB, EPUD, EWEB, Lane Electric and Blachly-Lane.
  • Weatherization Installation Checklist – Installers, owners and inspectors may use this checklist for reference—not required to be submitted.

These documents are required for payment from SUB Weatherization program:

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