One flood would be bad enough, but three floods was a disaster for one of NOVACO’s condo units. The water damage destroyed flooring and caused mold.
Builder captain BOWA stepped up to make the repairs for its very first renovation project with HomeAid. “BOWA and their trade partners did an outstanding job in repairing and improving this home,” said Victoria Neeley, NOVACO’s executive director. “Together, they handled all the mold remediation work, renovated the kitchen, installed new flooring, painted, and built a small outdoor patio with flower beds. Installing new, higher-grade doors and sliding doors helped to save space and give the whole unit a brighter, fresher look. It’s a huge improvement.”
Geoff Kuck, assistant production manager for BOWA, said that as a first time builder captain, BOWA was proud to give back to the community in such a meaningful way. “BOWA has been an active member of the greater Washington community for the past 23 years, and we believe strongly in supporting the organizations that are important to our employees, clients and business partners. Our work with HomeAid is a perfect example, and has proven to be a feel-good experience for us all.”
If your organization serves individuals or families affected by homelessness and has housing or program space that is in need of extensive renovations or you have a bigger construction vision for the future, HomeAid can help!
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