Extreme Home Repair Blitz

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Habitat for Humanity, the City of Hampton, and the City of Newport News are joining forces to help elderly, veterans, disabled, or low income homeowners in the Wythe neighborhood Hampton and the bordering streets in Newport News make repairs to the outside of their homes.

The Extreme Home Repair Blitz provides exterior services such as:

  • Repairs to ramps, rails, and porches
  • Outside painting and siding
  • Window repairs
  • Power washing & debris removal
  • Outdoor clean-up
  • And more!

*All labor and materials are provided by community sponsors and volunteers to eligible homeowners for a minimal fee, possibly FREE!

To learn more about the blitz and Habitat for Humanity, visit Habitat for Humanity.

To learn more or to request information, please call 757-727-8311 if you live in the City of Hampton or 757-933-2311 if you live in the City of Newport News.

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