Safe at Home

The satisfaction of transforming your living space with your own hands is unparalleled. However, it's crucial to approach these projects with a focus on safety and professional preparation. Before diving into any renovation work, take the time to research the necessary techniques, materials, and tools required for the job. Familiarize yourself with local building codes and regulations to ensure your renovations comply with safety standards and legal requirements.

Having the right tools is essential for executing your DIY home renovation project effectively and safely. Invest in high-quality, reliable tools that are suitable for the specific tasks at hand. This may include power tools like drills, saws, and sanders, as well as hand tools such as hammers, screwdrivers, and measuring devices. Proper safety equipment, including gloves, goggles, dust masks, and ear protection, should also be a top priority. Remember, using the correct tools not only makes the job easier but also reduces the risk of accidents and ensures a professional-looking finish.
  Our Safe at Home program offers quality emergency repairs and home modifications, helping low- income homeowners, with priority to seniors and physically disabled individuals live in safe and healthy homes. Services are provided by our dedicated volunteers, professional contractors, and staff at no cost to qualified homeowners.

Safety should always be the top priority in DIY projects, especially when it comes to demolition work.

Professional demolition services, such as those provided by PNW Demolition, ensure proper safety protocols are followed, including wearing appropriate protective gear, turning off utilities, and using specialized equipment.

Individual homeowners may request our services by applying online or over the phone at , Monday – Thursday from 7am – 4pm.

Qualifications for services:

  • Must meet income guidelines
  • Preference to those over 60 years of age and/or disabled
  • Owner occupied house for three or more years
  • No rentals or doubles
  • Single family structure in sound condition

Typical repairs include:

  • Adding handrails to stairways
  • Repairing and replacing dangerous steps
  • Fixing dangerous electrical wiring or conditions
  • Repairing plumbing fixtures
  • Installing grab bars