OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — With temperatures plummeting, people in the Metro are undoubtedly cranking up their thermostats. But what about people who have a broken furnace and no funds to repair it? Habitat for Humanity of Omaha says they can help.
Habitat for Humanity of Omaha wants to remind people about their Emergency Home Repair program. The program offers "qualified families an affordable way to repair or replace their furnace quickly in this time of need."
Qualified households will receive "a no-interest loan to help address health and safety concerns in their homes."
A furnace can be replaced within 48 hours of submitting a qualifying application, the group says. Those interested can call 402-457-5657 or visit habitatomaha.org/programs/home-repair [habitatomaha.org].