Michigan Home Repair Resources
If carbon monoxide was found in your home, you may need to replace or repair one or more of your appliances.
Identify the Source of Your Carbon Monoxide Leak
Contact your local utility company to let them know carbon monoxide has been detected in your home and request that they come out to investigate the source of the leak. View contact information for various Detroit-area utility companies.
State Emergency Relief assists with home repairs to correct unsafe conditions and restore essential services. Eligible home repairs may include repair or replacement of a non-functioning furnace, hot water heaters or septic systems. Learn More.
No-interest home repair loans are available for eligible households. Minimum credit score of 560. Loans range from $5,000 to $25,000 with payments from $40 to $210/month. Visit the program website to see eligibility and application requirements and find a neighborhood intake center near you.
Habitat for Humanity Detroit
The Habitat for Humanity Detroit Critical Home Repair program for owner-occupied homes helps with HVAC repairs, such as heaters and water heaters. Learn more about the program.
OLHSA Mobile Home Repairs
OLHSA and its partners may have funds available for repairs to mobile homes on a first-come basis for families who meet income eligibility requirements. Up to $5,000 may be spent per mobile home on many eligible repairs such as roof, furnace, or hot water replacement and handicap ramps allowing barrier free access into the home per American Disabilities Act. Learn more.
Michigan Homeowner Assistance Fund (MIHAF)
The Homeowner Assistance Fund was established under section 3206 of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (the ARP) to mitigate hardships associated with the coronavirus pandemic by providing funds to prevent homeowner mortgage delinquencies, defaults, foreclosure, loss of utilities or home energy services and displacements of homeowners experiencing financial hardship on or after January 21, 2020 or for those homeowners who experience a coronavirus pandemic financial hardship that began before January 21, 2020 but continued after that date. Learn more.
Michigan Saves: Detroit Loan Fund
We’re making it even easier to finance energy upgrades so more Detroit homeowners can invest in clean energy projects. If your credit score disqualifies you for our traditional loan program or income-qualified programs through your utility provider, you can apply through TRUE Community Credit Union and Michigan Saves will use alternative underwriting criteria to determine your ability to pay. Learn more.
Energy.gov: Energy Saver
Consumers can find financial incentives and assistance for energy efficient and renewable energy products and improvements in the form of rebates, tax credits, or financing programs. Learn more.