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The renovation of the five-bedroom, two-bath property is valued at $110,000 and includes: a new front door; repairs to the dining room ceiling; new carpet throughout; updated bathrooms; replacement of the outside front stairs; a remodeled kitchen; new doors on the side of the house; and exterior landscaping and painting. The builder also installed durable and energy efficient products that will reduce annual maintenance and minimize monthly energy costs.
“When local builders such as Stanley Martin Homes contribute time, manpower and materials to a HomeAid project, they are helping individuals put their lives back together and plan for the future,” said John Monacci, board president, HomeAid Northern Virginia and senior vice president, Winchester Homes. “This is truly an excellent example of corporations helping those who are less fortunate.”
“Stanley Martin isn’t just a builder in the community; we’re a part of it. Our employees live here, our company was founded here, and we have a rich tradition of giving back throughout our 45 year history,” said Mike Cleary, VP, production and purchasing, Stanley Martin Homes. “Our Chairman, Martin Alloy, and President, Steve Alloy, instilled a strong sense of service in the company culture from the very beginning and that commitment to community continues as we leverage our skills and resources to benefit organizations such as HomeAid and those they serve.”
About HomeAid Northern Virginia
HomeAid Northern Virginia leverages the resources of the homebuilding community and its corporate partners to conduct major renovations to homeless shelters, transitional houses, food banks, medical clinics, counseling centers, and other facilities that help homeless people gain stability and a roof over their heads. HomeAid’s partners and resources help to significantly reduce the construction costs to care provider organizations, thereby allowing them to redirect those dollars back into programs and services for these homeless families and individuals.
HomeAid Northern Virginia was started in 2001 by the members of the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association (NVBIA), and since then has completed more than 54 projects valued at more than $10 million. HomeAid Northern Virginia is a chapter of HomeAid America.
CONTACT: Denise Gavilan
SOURCE HomeAid Northern Virginia
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