A weatherization program, also known as weatherization, is a program in which companies offer free services to help residents with certain types of weather.
Some examples include water filters, storm water filters and snow removal.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, the program helped more than 7.3 million people.
The agency said it is expanding the program to include new weather-related assistance to help states meet the needs of those in the hardest-hit areas.
The program was established in 2005 as a way to help businesses weatherize, according to the DHS.
DHS has expanded the program through a program called Weatherization Help, which provides free services that help people and businesses weatherization.
The DHS also announced on Monday that it is extending the Weatherizer program, which offers free services like snow removal and water filters to all eligible individuals and businesses.
It’s important to note that these are weatherization services that are provided by the companies themselves, and the DHS is not endorsing them.