SEDA-COG seeks home improvement contractors for rehabilitation bids | Business

Jerome Powell

Lewisburg, Pa. – With the increase in contracts being awarded in the region, there’s an even greater opportunity for general contractors to work with municipalities and SEDA-Council of Governments (SEDA-COG).

Contractor work may include structural, roofing, plumbing, electrical, heating/furnace, window replacement, radon mitigation, energy-related improvements, and, if certified, lead-based paint mitigation.

Housing rehabilitation bids typically range from $20,000 to $65,000, with timely payment to contractors.

“Not only do these grant awards benefit the community and homeowners, but the local economy as we seek to work with local general contractors to perform this work,” commented Teri Provost, director of SEDA-COG’s Housing Rehabilitation program.

SEDA-COG works with housing rehabilitation programs in the boroughs of Berwick, Jersey Shore, Milton, Mount Carmel, and South Williamsport; the cities of Lock Haven, Shamokin, and Sunbury; the Town of Bloomsburg and Mount Carmel Township; and Juniata, Montour, Snyder, and Sullivan counties.

This means work flexibility for contractors, Provost said.

“Contractors can choose where they want to work, so there’s tremendous work flexibility,” Provost explained. “Additionally, our work is year-round, so we offer a steady flow of projects. And if they don’t want to perform lead-based paint mitigation, we don’t require that certification for lead-free homes.”

Interested contractors also have the option of meeting one-on-one with SEDA-COG to answer any questions they may have. SEDA-COG streamlines the process for contractors with a rehabilitation specialist assigned to each community.

For more information, contact SEDA-COG’s Danielle King at (570) 524-4491 or [email protected]

Next Post

Mid-Ohio Home Show is back after one year absence due to pandemic

MANSFIELD – The Mansfield Noon Optimist Club’s annual Mid-Ohio Home Show is back after a one-year absence. Because of the pandemic, the event was canceled in March 2020 just hours before it was scheduled to open, club president Kevin Zehe said. The home show will be Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with plenty of businesses on hand […]