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Free attic insulation for renters & homeowners

*This program is limited to the first 100 qualifying households and has met capacity. Appointments are temporarily closed for now.*

Are you a resident of Miami-Dade County? At no cost, you can now make your home more heat-resistant and energy efficient!

Green Corridor — a special district of municipalities across Miami-Dade County — is providing free attic insulation to help lower your electric bill. Blown attic insulation keeps the heat out and your cool air inside where it belongs. This helps drive down your A/C costs. 

If you’re a renter or homeowner with an attic in Miami-Dade County, you may be able to get blown attic insulation for free. 


  1. Click below to schedule an appointment! Our team will help you complete the application. 
  2. If your home is approved, Green Corridor’s insulation team will contact you. You will need to provide an electric bill before and after the insulation.
  3. If the attic is suitable for blown insulation, the contractors will run a hose from their truck to your attic, then blow in the insulation. The process is clean and fast. You will need to provide an electric bill before and after the insulation.

Click button above to schedule your intake appointment. [APPLICATIONS TEMPORARILY CLOSED]

How does energy efficiency benefit the climate?

Energy efficiency helps the climate by reducing greenhouse gas emissions (a major driver of global warming) and the overall environmental impacts of energy production and consumption. It can also lead to economic and resilience benefits, making it a critical strategy in addressing climate change.

Energy efficiency measures — such as using more efficient appliances, improving insulation in buildings, and optimizing industrial processes — reduce the amount of energy needed to perform a specific task. In other words, when we use energy more efficiently, it decreases the demand for energy production. This means that less fossil fuel or other carbon-intensive energy sources are burned to meet our energy needs, leading to lower greenhouse gas emissions, particularly carbon dioxide (CO2).

In addition to reducing CO2 emissions, energy efficiency measures also help decrease emissions of other harmful pollutants that have adverse effects on our air quality, health, and environment.

When energy demand is high, it can lead to the construction of more power plants, which often run on burning harmful fossil fuels. We can reduce the need for new infrastructure by decreasing our energy consumption.

Energy efficiency measures can result in cost savings for residents and businesses through reduced energy bills. These savings can stimulate economic growth and job creation, which can be particularly important in the transition to a clean-energy economy.

Improving energy efficiency in buildings and infrastructure can make our communities more resilient to the impacts of climate change. Well-insulated buildings, for example, are better equipped to handle extreme heat, reducing the need for energy-intensive cooling.