Repairing Homes, improving lives

Build United empowers low-income homeowners to live independently by providing repair services to make homes more accessible and secure.

Build United partners with Central Valley Habitat for Humanity's Critical Home Repair Program. We are now accepting applications for both of our programs through the Common Application. 

To apply, download our Common Application or Apply Online.

Contact us and we will send you an application in the mail. Call (540) 434-6639 ext 106.

Through repairing homes, we hope to provide a stable and safe environment for low-income homeowners in Harrisonburg City and Rockingham County. Some examples of our work include: installing ramps, remodeling vital areas of the home for wheelchair accessibility, installing grab bars and roll-in showers, improving weatherization, and repairing areas such as windows, floors and doors to make the home safer and more comfortable. 


NEED assistance? 

Build United accepts applications directly from local homeowners or by referral from other organizations. Apply online or contact us for info.


Looking to volunteer? 

Some of the projects we work on will take one day and others require multiple days. Are you or your group looking for a volunteer opportunity? 


sponsor a project!

We are always looking for groups or businesses to sponsor projects. Sign up to provide the materials, the labor, or the funds.

Note: If you are in need of weatherization services for your home or apartment and if anyone in the family receives: SSI, TANF, or Fuel/Energy Assistance (DSS), you are eligible to receive free weatherization services from CHP Energy Solutions. You may also be eligible based on your family size and current income. Please call (540)949-5879 and press 0 to receive an application.

homeowner Process

1. Applications are received, evaluated for eligibility by the Family Selections Committee.

2. Eligible applications are referred to the Construction Committee and a committee member is assigned to conduct a site visit to determine the scope of the project. The application is then accepted or denied.

3. Accepted applications are referred to the Logistics Committee, who then works to secure volunteers and supplies for the project.

4. The volunteer team and the Constuction Committee member meet at the residence on the decided date(s) to conduct the repairs. 

5. The Logistics Committee follows up with the homeowner by completing an outcome form to assess the homeowner's satisfaction. 

advisory BOARD

Gayl Brunk

Valley Associates for Independent Living     Logistics Committee

Linda Kegley

Rockingham County Social Services
Family Selection Committee

Craig Landes

Landes Heating & Air Conditioning         Construction Committee


Funkhouser Real Estate Group                  
Construction Committee


Funkhouser Real Estate Group
Chair of Advisory Board

Zach Lokey

Nielsen Builders

Brad Moyers

Clark & Bradshaw, P.C.

Rebecca Price

Elkton Area United Services 
Family Selection Committee


Wharton Aldhizer &
Weaver, PLC


Foundation Partners