Minor Home Repair
Maintaining a healthy and safe home is a difficult task, especially on a fixed income. Minor Home Repair assists low- and moderate-income older and disabled homeowners by providing health and safety related repairs that they cannot perform due to lack of funds and/or inability to physically perform the repairs themselves. Our purpose is to enable people to remain in their homes as long as possible.
We offer the following services:
- Plumbing/sewer repair
- Minor carpentry
- Limited roof repair
- Door/window repair
- Select weatherization
- Ramp repair
- Handrails/grab bars
- Door locks
- Smoke alarms/carbon monoxide detectors
Who may benefit from Minor Home Repair services:
Low- and moderate-income homeowners 62 and older or disabled homeowners 18 and older. Our program uses government grants and private donations to provide labor at no charge and materials either free or at cost, depending on your income level. Donations are welcome.
|Maximum income limits* for residents of Snohomish County||Maximum income limits* for residents within the City limits of Everett, Marysville & Bothell|
|1 person – 3,259 to $3,996 per month||1 person – $3,259 to $4,854 per month|
|2 persons – $3,726 to $4,567 per month||2 persons – $3,726 to $5,550 per month|
|3 persons – $4,184 to $5,138 per month||3 persons – $4,184 to $6,242 per month|
|* income levels subject to change||* income levels subject to change|
Funding for this program is provided by the Snohomish County Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program, the City of Everett CDBG Program, the City of Marysville CDBG Program, city funding from City of Bothell, and other private donations.