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What is the repair program?

Habitat for Humanity of North Idaho is the local Habitat Affiliate serving low-income residents of Kootenai County. We offer home repairs to low-income community members that own their homes. We don’t offer repairs for rental units, the maintenance of those units is the responsibility of the property owner. We use volunteers and donated materials when possible to lower the cost of our home repair services.

What type of repairs are offered?

Our repair program is intended to support the safety of our residents and the long-term maintenance of their homes. At our discretion, we provide interior and exterior repairs that solve safety, health, or home preservation issues. Our capacity to repair your home is limited based on the availability of skilled and unskilled volunteers, along with your ability to repay the cost of the repair. We do not offer regular property maintenance services such as lawn care.

What do I have to do to apply for home repairs from Habitat?

We have a short application form that we use to verify your information and your household income. You can verify that your household income meets our program requirements using the chart below. Our staff will review the repairs that you request for your home and discuss repayment options that we can offer.

Who qualifies for the home repair program?

You can use the following chart to find the maximum income requirements for the program based on your family size. The repair program serves families up to 80% of Area Median Income. (Revised May 2022)


Family Size
Household Members
80% AMI Annual
80% AMI Monthly