You may remember back on July 15, 2015 we notified you of a case that needed our attention for a new roof for this ill Mike D. new client of HDHM. If you follow below you will see what a small group of volunteers and contractors can do in a matter of one month.
My Danbury home has leaks in two locations from the roof. I’m in a difficult situation because a year ago last November I was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. This cancer of the blood forced me to leave my staff position as photographer for the News Times. I had no intention of retiring and find myself struggling to get by on SS Disability. In today’s mail I had a notice from my home insurance company saying that the roof is to be repaired by 9/1/15 or they’ll cancel my coverage. I am hoping the Handy Dandy Handyman organization can help as I face a second winter with a tarped roof and the loss of my home insurance. Any help the HDHM organization can provide will be greatly appreciated. Home in question Leaks in kitchen 2 years. Thank you
Needing new roof, new gutters, new exterior painting
New Roof, New gutters w/ leaf guards, new shutters, new paint job
The Process over the 30 days:
20 volunteer painters ages 5 to 75 years old
Aiello Roofing Company
Chris Aiello with 6 installers did the roof job in one day donating their days salary. Fabulous job. No photo available due to my computer crash. Chris Aiello Roofing email@example.com
Gregg McKirdy Gutters
Gregg is a one man show making the one piece seamless gutters straight from his truck as long as 70′ if required. Amazing. All his time donated. Barbara/Gregg McKirdy firstname.lastname@example.org
Handyman Carpenter assisted by the Boss Man installed all new facier boards replacing the rotted wood. No photo available. All his time donated. Brian Urso email@example.com
Store Manager Rings End New Milford Store: Donated all the exterior paint for the job. Tremendous help for our small budget. Rick Moreau firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to several anonymous $$ donors who were instrumental in helping us pay for all the materials and perhaps a little left over for misc items for Mike D.
Other action shots from the workers at all levels. (No Pun Intended)
All in all it was a fabulous project with many hands and a spirit of giving for our client who has been informed by his doctor he only has 4-5 years to live.
God bless Mike and we thank him for allowing us this “Feel Good Day”.
Making a difference is what we do best
Remember to use these contractors for roof, gutters, and handymen services as a show of support for the volunteering they do with HDHM.
Pete Brady Boss Man
Handy Dandy Handyman