Home Repair Program

While our new home construction and rehab programs focus on helping families become first-time home buyers, our home repair program serves the needs of current non-Habitat senior, veteran, and disabled homeowners.

Our Home Repair Program addresses the following issues:

  • Safe: steps, windows, doors, locks, lighting, electric, etc.
  • Warm: furnace, weatherization, hot water heater, etc.
  • Dry: roofing, siding, plumbing, etc.
  • Accessible: ramps, ADA modifications, accessible kitchens/baths, etc.

 Qualifications

To qualify for home repairs with Habitat-NCG:

  • You must fit one of the following categories:
    • Senior citizens age 55 and older
    • People with disabilities
    • Active U.S. military
    • U.S. veterans who have received general or honorable discharge from any branch of service
  • You must own a home in Cherokee, Dawson, Forsyth, or North Fulton County.
  • You must be willing to partner by completing sweat equity hours (within physical ability). Sweat equity hours are earned by doing community service with Habitat for Humanity.
  • You may be required to pay a portion of the costs.
  • Your household income before taxes must be within the following limits:
Number of People          Living in the Home Income Before Taxes    Not Less Than Income Before Taxes    Not More Than
1 $16,750 $33,480
2 $19,150 $38,280
3 $21,550 $43,080
4 $23,900 $47,820
5 $25,850 $51,660
6 $27,750 $55,500
7 $29,650 $59,340
8 $31,550 $63,180

 

 

 

 

Source:  U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development [HUD] Income Guidelines 2019

**Due to some funding requirements, some projects may be free to the participants

Step 1: Click here to download the Home Repair Application

Step 2: Complete the Home Repair application materials and provide all necessary documents and information, and return to Habitat-NCG office located at 814 Mimosa Blvd, Bldg C, Roswell, GA 30075.

Step 3: Once your application has been received and pre-approved, someone from our construction staff will visit your home to assess the repairs needed on your home. 

Step 4:  A scope of work will be established based on the assessment and funding and you will be notified of your approval.

Step 5: We will schedule volunteers to perform the repairs and/or hire out professional services when applicable.

For more information regarding the Home Repair Program, contact Sabrina Kirkland at  678-672-5225.