Home Repair Program

The Home Repair Program provides assistance to income eligible homeowners seeking support to repair health and safety issues in the home.

The Home Repair Program is funded by Maine Housing Authority and the Department of Economic & Community Development. This funding provides home repair grants; elderly hardship grants (age 62 and older); and zero-interest, deferred forgivable loans (DECD).  Eligibility is based upon income less than 80% AMI (area median income) and ownership of the home/land in need of repairs.

Eligible Repairs:

  • Well and septic systems
  • Heating and electrical system repairs
  • Roof and chimney repairs
  • Structural repairs
  • Lead paint mitigation
  • Repair or replacement of windows and doors
  • Repair or replacement of siding
  • Handicap accessibility improvements
  • Other health and safety repairs
The Home Repair Program provides grants or loan amounts based upon individual or family needs, the program you qualify for, and available funding.

For more information please contact Jen at jpoulin@kvcap.org or call (207)859-1544 or toll free 1-800-542-8227 ext. 1544.

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