Comfortably Home

Solving the housing challenges of people in our community required Bath Housing to think creatively about what resources we already have available.  Comfortably Home is an example of this kind of resourcefulness.  Our professional maintenance team makes home accessibility modifications that facilitates ease-of-living as people grow older.

We specialize in one-time, minimally disruptive but high-impact minor home improvements.

Safety Checks

  • Smoke and
  • CO detectors
  • Dryer vents
  • Refrigerator coils
  • Light bulbs
  • Furnace filter(s)

Accessibility Modifications

  • Grab bars and handrails
  • Shower wand
  • Shower seat
  • Raised toilet seat
  • Drawer pulls
  • Doorbell
  • Lighting
  • Kitchen faucet

Minor Repairs

  • Winterizing
  • Flooring repairs
  • Storm door installation
  • Gutter work
  • Steps/existing ramps
  • Minor plumbing and electrical
  • Custom Work Examples

– Build Shelf

– Modify cabinet height

To participate in Comfortably Home:

  • Be age 55+ or have a disability
  • Own the home or live in a home owned by a family member
  • Live within a 15 mile radius from Bath
  • Meet income guidelines

Comfortably Home is still up and running during COVID-19, but with some modifications. Right now we are doing outdoor assessments and exterior work. We have paused interior visits, but we are tracking interior needs and will do those as soon as it is safe for us to enter homes again.

Contact Comfortably Home Coordinator Kristen McEvoy at or (207) 295-3317 for more information.