Home Rehabilitation

Repairing Homes and Changing Lives

May 1, 2014

Home Rehabilitation

Repairing Homes and Changing Lives

May 1, 2014

A home with more people than rooms and no indoor plumbing is classified as substandard.

In some areas of Appalachia, nearly 17% of the homes meet these qualifications.

For this reason, Americans Helping Americans® supports local organizations in home repairs. We complete extensive home repairs, including, but not limited to, roof and floor repair, insulation and handicapped ramp installations in Appalachian communities in Kentucky, West Virginia, and Tennessee.

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