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On May 24th, volunteers from local Wells Fargo Banks helped complete the rehabilitation project on Mason and Cassie Walters home. The drought last summer and the following monsoons damaged the home. It had many cracks in the walls, windows that didn't close properly, and a porch and den that was separating from the home.
The Wells Fargo volunteers painted the Walters home. Pictures below show their smiling faces and wonderful job done by the them.
This project was made possible because of funds donated by Wells Fargo's Lift the Block program. We also want to thank Chick-fil-A (Farmington) for donating lunch for the volunteers. Please stop by both these locations and tell them how much you appreciate their support of Tres Rios Habitat for Humanity.
We are partnering with Wells Fargo to repair a families home that is quite literally falling apart.
The homeowners, Mason and Cassie Walters, wrote: “During the drought this summer we ended up getting a very large crack along with other smaller ones in the front yard. The crack is about 10-15 feet long and about 2-3 feet deep. We are not sure if the crack had anything to do with the separation from the original house and the previous ad-on that was done around 1990, by Mason’s parents when they lived here. This is currently our son’s room now and he has cracks in the walls and his window doesn’t close properly due to this side of the house sloping slightly. Also, our den on the north side of the house is starting to separate from the house. The front porch is separating from the house too.”
Tres Rios Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, Christian ministry that brings the community together to build quality,