The Residential Repair program provides household maintenance assistance to residents age 60 and over who are homeowners, condominium owners, or apartment renters. The service provides assistance with minor home repairs that do not require the skills of a licensed craftsperson. There is no charge for this service, however, client must purchase any materials required. When work is completed, client is given the opportunity to make a voluntary contribution to the program. Hours of service per resident are limited to 16 hours per fiscal year (April 1 - March 31).
Replacing washers for kitchen and bathroom sinks
Clearing clogged sinks, caulk around sinks, bathtub and showers.
No bathtub repairs
Repairing or rewiring lamps
Replacing light switches or receptacles
Replacing frayed cords.
No appliance repairs
Installing grab bars for tubs and toilets, safety rails, shelves
Install hardware for shades and mini blinds
Minor repairs to doors and house trim
Replace damaged hardware on doors and cabinets
Interior ceilings where minor water or structural damage has occurred
No cosmetic work
Caulking and weather stripping of windows and doors
Installing door and window locks, peepholes
Replacing broken single-pane window panes
Installation or removal of storm windows and screens
Install smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
Replacing of small bedroom and outside fixtures
Clean Gutters (May 1st - May 31st & October 1st - October 31st) and Leaders (one story high only)