Our professional and experienced carpenter crews have made over 800 home repairs throughout the region. In the counties we serve in East Kentucky (Breathitt, Knott, Leslie, and Perry), many houses are aging, in need of updated sources of heating and cooling, and/or are not safe and accessible for those who live there. We remedy those problems by making home repairs and home rehabilitations at an affordable price for the homeowner.
Our program helps low-income homeowners in our area receive home-improving – and often, life-improving – repairs that would be difficult for them to make or afford without our assistance. Many of the homeowners we’ve helped are elderly, disabled, live alone, or are Veterans.
After submitting the online form, please be patient as our Home Repair Program staff evaluates your application and prepares to contact you.
Inside or outside, our carpenters can make the improvements your home needs. It doesn’t matter whether your home is a stick-built house or a trailer home – our crews make repairs for any homeowner who qualifies for our program. Whether you’re looking to grow old comfortably in your home or make it a better, healthier space for you and your family, HDA is here to make the home repairs you need at a cost that’s right for you!
Our crews perform home rehabilitations on houses that require two or more major projects, involving repairs such as roof replacement, bathroom modifications, and installing new doors and windows.
We improve homes by replacing roofs, installing new flooring and siding, replacing windows and doors, repairing porches and steps, making plumbing repairs, and upgrading electrical systems.
HDA carpenters make your home safer and more secure by building wheelchair ramps, porches, widening doorways, installing grab bars, and modifying kitchens and bathrooms.
Our program uses funds from many sources, each having its own set of guidelines and requirements. Most of our clients receive a combination of loans and grants to finance the repairs on their home.
The home must be owner-occupied. That means we can’t help people repair a home to move into or help set up a mobile home. The home must be yours, and you must live in it.
The Housing Development Alliance administers a variety of repair programs, each with different income eligibility requirements.
Each household will need to have some income that can be verified. (Income could be as low as $256 per month, or even lower – it just has to be verified that it is being received.)
The least restrictive program we regularly use has these maximum limits based on gross monthly income:
Please note that there are additional eligibility requirements along with income requirements. Also, each program allows for deductions that can help you become eligible. If you are close to an income limit, please contact us to discuss these deductions.
Max Temple, Repair Program Manager & Rehab Coordinator
Office: 606-436-0497, ext. 2037