Critical Home Repair

Critical Home Repair is extensive interior or exterior work performed to alleviate critical health, life, and safety issues or code violations. Critical Home Repairs include a change to or repair of materials or components, a reconfiguration of space, a modification for accessibility, or the installation or extension of plumbing or mechanical or electrical systems on an existing structure.

Painting is NOT a Critical Home Repair.

Examples include:

  • Interior or exterior work necessary to maintain the home

  • Extensive siding and trim repair or replacement

  • Window replacement

  • Major roof repair or replacement

  • Porch or wheelchair ramp construction

  • Installation or extension of heating, electrical, or plumbing systems

  • Floor and wall repair or replacement

  • Foundation repair

Costs for Critical Home Repair do not exceed $25,500.