Lewisville homeowners in need of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, or HVAC, repairs can receive grant funding through a temporary program.

What’s happening?

Applications for the city’s Minor Housing Rehab Program are open until March 25. The program is designed to assist low- to moderate-income homeowners with free HVAC repair, replacement or installation, according to a news release.

Eligible applicants must:
  • Earn less than $57,500 annually in a single-person household; add $8,250 per additional member of the household
  • Own their home for at least two years
  • Need HVAC repair, replacement or installation at their primary residence
  • Be current on mortgage payments and homeowner insurance coverage
An HVAC contractor or company selected by Lewisville officials will provide labor and parts. The city’s neighborhood services department will work with the resident and contractor to ensure timelines and property availability. Home visits are scheduled for March-June.

Program funds are available through Lewisville’s Community Development Block Grant. Funding or reimbursement will not be provided for work performed outside of the program. All project funds will be paid from Lewisville directly to the contractor or company selected.

What else?

The online application can be found here. Those needing assistance with the application can receive in-person help from city staff on select days. More information on the program, including available dates for application assistance, can be found on the city’s website.