Habitat Repairs Homes

Home Preservation


Thousands of Bay Area families and seniors with limited incomes are struggling to stay in the homes they already own. They face expensive repairs and modifications vital to their health, safety, and comfort. An inability to upkeep a home threatens families with displacement or unsafe living conditions.

Habitat’s Home Preservation Program offers a broad array of services to qualified homeowners – whether it’s a new roof, an accessibility ramp, or a fresh coat of paint – to help keep them in their homes while reducing blight throughout their neighborhood. Because we know that while building new, affordable homes is important, we must also protect affordable homeownership where it exists.

Want to get involved? Join our Home Preservation team onsite!

If your home is in need of repairs, please visit our Services page for more information and program qualifications.

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I say “home is where your heart is.” Because my father doesn’t have wind blowing through his siding, his home is secure and he has a better place to hang his heart. From my family to yours, thank you for this opportunity and thank you, Veterans, for your service.

Carolyn, daughter of Home Repair Homeowner

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