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Great Mills Veteran Breathes Easier After Community Comes Together to Repair Home

Pamela Kunieki, a Navy Veteran and her husband live in Great Mills, MD. Ms. Kunieki has had some health problems that brought about some breathing issues, and she requires oxygen. Her home needed a bit of help due to older carpet and air ducts that needed to be cleaned to help her breathe better. Quality Transfer and Storage donated the use of a storage pod to keep their belongings in while we prepped and removed all the furniture and then all the carpet & padding. Patuxent Habitat for Humanity Veterans Critical Repair Program volunteers lead by Bonnie Morris along with volunteers from Christmas In April, Calvert County, Exelon, and Patuxent River Naval Air Station, we’re able to get the job done in a timely manner over 2 and ½ days. We replaced some of the subfloors, and then laid vinyl plank flooring. Certified Carpet & Air Duct Company, in Hollywood, came out the next day and cleaned all ductwork and treated the home with a microban solution to help with any other contaminants in the air. Funding for this repair was possible through The Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Foundation Grant. We are always in need of volunteers from professional (plumbers, […]

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