Help seniors stay safely in their homes by providing minor home repairs and safety modifications for limited-income seniors.
Handyperson Northern Colorado
405 Canyon Ave., Fort Collins, CO, 80521
Jacob Pratt, Handyman Program Supervisor
- Once a Month
Program volunteers make it possible for elders and individuals with disabilities to keep living in their own homes by making home safety improvements (e.g. installing grab-bars, handrails, chair risers, wheelchair ramps, etc.). The handyman program needs volunteers throughout Larimer County. Especially in Fort Collins, Loveland and the surrounding area. The program offers a very flexible schedule with opportunities to help during the day, evenings and weekends.
DO YOU HAVE A FEW HANDYMAN SKILLS?
Some basic tools and a couple of hours a month can make a difference, we have jobs for you!
Not good with tools? Not to worry - you can still help out by changing light bulbs, installing plug-in night lights, and other non-technical home safety improvements. You can also work with an experienced handyman volunteer to learn on the job.
Comments from our clients
Job: Wheelchair ramp in a garage
“The guys were quick and very professional. I am very happy with the outcome."
Job: Replace outside steps and install several grab bars
“Awesome! This was such a blessing and the men were so nice. Thank you for all you do."
Job: Install a hand rail on an interior hallway
“Your handyman did a great installation of the hallway hand rails for my wife. Many thanks for his volunteer work."
Job: Clean a dryer vent and replace a three way switch.
“What a wonderful service. I greatly appreciate all that your handyman did. He is a very kind and wonderful person. Thank you so very much."
Job: Install several grab bars in the shower
“Thank you so much for helping me with the grab bars in the shower. They make it easy to use after my surgery."