home repairs in greater Orlando
By offering home repairs, we help local families in the greater Orlando and Osceola County area keep their homes safe, healthy and affordable.
Habitat Orlando & Osceola has now opened a roof repair program funded by the Orange County Government. Interested applicants, please visit our roof repair page for more information on the eligibility requirements for this program – and to fill out a pre-qualification survey.
We offer home repairs in Greater Orlando & Osceola County for a number of reasons:
Home repairs can help older people age in place
Our home repairs aim to help senior citizens safely stay in the home and community they cherish. Optional repairs include kitchen and bathroom renovations, adding ramps, and installing new water heaters, electric panels and ventilation systems.
Fix critical health and safety issues
The home repairs Habitat Orlando & Osceola undertakes have long-lasting effects on the health and safety of our local homeowner partners. We remediate long-deferred maintenance projects, critical repairs and code violations.
Remove barriers for people with disabling conditions
Home should be comfortable and completely accessible for a homeowner. We strive to achieve just that for our homeowners by installing ramps and handrails, renovating kitchens and bathrooms, and more.
Our history of home repair in Greater Orlando
Seven years ago, we began repairing homes in low-income Greater Orlando neighborhoods to help families and individuals, especially older adults, veterans and folks with disabilities, stay in their own homes and remain independent.
In the last five years, we have repaired 283 low-income owner-occupied homes in Greater Orlando. Accompanying the repairs being done in Malibu Groves, Orlando, we provided significant community development services that have empowered residents to revitalize their neighborhoods.
Take a look at our Resources webpage to look through our home renovation and maintenance manual, DIY home blogposts, and more helpful information for homeowners – and even renters.