The Community Conservation Corps (CCC) provides free home weatherization to low income homeowners in the greater Greenville community. We partner with Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County to reduce energy consumption and promote the financial stability of homeowners through weatherization, energy conservation, and education. Furman students help to track program savings and volunteer on certain projects.
To ensure a positive and professional experience for our clients, the CCC hires experienced, certified home energy auditors to determine each home's needs. Expert contractors then perform all necessary services and provide all clients with the most relevant information for their household. Some of our services include new or additional insulation around water heaters and in attics and crawlspaces, weather stripping, air-sealing, crawl space vapor barriers, safety checks on combustion appliances, and more. We estimate that by providing these and other home weatherization services, we can help our clients save up to 35% on their home energy bills.
How to apply
Submit your home for a free home weatherization! We want to help as much of Greenville as possible by saving you money while reducing the impact on our natural environment of unnecessary energy consumption.
See if you qualify, and learn how to apply.
Not eligible for our program? Learn about other programs in our community and find tips and tricks you can use in your own home.
Volunteer with us
There are a number of ways individuals - students and community members - can volunteer with the CCC, ranging from supervised basic construction and weatherization to event planning and outreach. You do not have to be a Furman student to volunteer. Download our Adult and Minor waivers as PDFs now.
To learn more about the Community Conservation Corps, get in touch with us today:
CCC Program Coordinator