Who is it for?
Our home maintenance service is available for eligible frail older people or people with disabilities.
Ways we can help
Our home maintenance team can help you with a huge range of jobs, including:
- installing handrails and mobility aids
- repairing door and window locks
- minor carpentry repairs to doors, windows, and gates
- fixing leaking and hard-to-turn taps
- changing light globes
- repairing cisterns
- cleaning windows
- cleaning light fittings
- moving furniture
- pruning overhanging branches where they pose a safety risk.
Our staff are also police and reference-checked.
How much does it cost?
- Low fee: $15 per hour
- Medium fee: $20 per hour
- High fee: $52 per hour
The cost varies according to your financial income.
For a single person
Less than $37,405
$37,406 to $82,225
More than $82,226
For a couple
Less than $57,268
$57,268 to $109,922
More than $109,923
* A per kilometre rate of $1 is charged for any service that requires travel. In a few instances, a higher fee may be charged. This will be determined at the time of accepting a referral.
Please note: we require at least one business day notice for service cancellation and if this is not received, the usual fee will apply.
Accessing the service
The way you access our home maintenance service depends on your age.
If you're over 65
If you're under 65
Call us on 9524 3333 to see what services you can access.
Direct debit is our preferred method of payment. To pay via direct debit, please complete and return our Direct Debit Request Form (PDF, 130KB) to:
Glen Eira City Council
PO Box 42
Caulfield South 3162
To pay online, visit our payment portal and add the reference number from your bill.
Online via Centrepay
If you're a pensioner, you can ask Centrepay to deduct money before it goes into your bank account.
To pay via Centrepay, please complete and download the Centrepay form.
To pay via BPAY, please use biller code 73106 and the reference number on your bill.
To pay in person, please visit our Service Centre on the corner of Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield.
How is it funded?
These services are paid for by the Australian Government's Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) and Victorian Government's Home and Community Care Program for Younger People (HACC-PYP).