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Faith Works Coalition – 2017 Summary of Projects

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FAITH WORKS COALITION 2017 PROJECT COMPLETION REPORTS

1. January 2, 2017, Kemps Lake Drive, VB. A single lady with two children had been told by the gas company
that her water heater was leaking water onto the burner. She also was having trouble with the gas furnace.
Our HVAC contractor cleaned the WH burner and found no leaks. He also did some minor maintenance on
the furnace. Both are now in good working order. A FWC volunteer purchased and replaced the front entry
knob for better security. No FWC funds were spent on this project.

2. January 6, 2017, Diana Lee Ct. VB. A 77 year-old widow with COPD living in a modest townhouse reported
being without heat. FWC had her HVAC system repaired in 2016. Our contractor replaced a faulty relay,
restoring the system to operation. Cost: $140.

3. January 13,2017, Counselor Lane, VB. Elderly divorcee sharing her townhouse with adult invalid
son. Roofing contractor replaced front roof shingles. Cost $1150. Owner paid $820. FWC paid $440.

4. January 19, 2015, Paul Revere Road, VB. An elderly lady has some difficulty walking, and needed other
repairs to her home. FWC volunteers built handrails at her front porch steps and at the garage steps. We
also repaired a section of garage ceiling and a wall section by the kitchen sink. A contractor replaced a
bedroom window that had a rotted-out frame. Cost: $300.

5. January 19, 2017, Margate Ave. VB. A grandmother living alone in a well-kept townhouse had a leaking
toilet tank. Two FWC volunteers removed and repaired the toilet tank and non-functioning shut off
valve. The $19 cost was donated.

6. January 24, 2017, Elbyrne Dr. Ches. Single lady and five grandchildren ranging in age from 4-15.
Grandmother is on the waiting list to have a lung transplant. The furnace stopped working. Our HVAC tech
replaced the thermostat and the flame sensor. Cost: $200.

7. January 24, 2017, Military Hwy. Ches. (MH) Elderly man with COPD living in old mobile home. The hot
water heater does not provide hot water all of the time. It is accessed through a door on the outside of the
trailer. The door is not tall enough to see the top of the heater. FWC volunteers made the door taller and a
friend of the homeowner was going to determine what the problem with the heater is. There was no cost
to FWC.

8. January 24, 2017, Rock Creek Dr. Ches. Retired husband and wife living in nice home. There is termite
damage to the home. Our termite specialist treated the home and dried out the crawl space. The
homeowners made some repairs. Cost: $1,000.

9. January 27, 2017, Head River Road, VB. A former client reported her drinking water well, and that of her
neighbor, were not working. Our well and pump contractor determined that both wells had sanded in. He
was able to sink one good well to serve both homes. These families now have good water supply for the first
time in over a year. Cost: $2750.

10. January 30, 2017, Spar St. Ches. Elderly widow living in older home with granddaughter and two great
grandsons. The house has only one bathroom and the tank on the toilet cracked. Our plumber replaced the
toilet and fixed a leak under the kitchen sink. Cost: $400.

11. January 30, 2017, Campus Dr. VB. A previous FWC client, a 65 year-old lady living with her disabled adult
son reported that her heat was not working. A FWC contractor replaced the pan float switch and overload
sensors to restart the heating system. Cost: $313.
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12. February 8, 2017, Jameson Drive, VB. A widowed and disabled former school teacher had numerous
plumbing issues and leaks. FWC volunteers repaired the tub/shower valves in two showers, replaced the u/s
commode, solved a bad drain in the vanity, and replaced the kitchen sink faucet. We also installed a new
vinyl floor in one bathroom. The u/s bathroom, which had not been used for two years, is now operational.
Cost: $275.

13. February 10, 2017, Military Hwy. Ches. (MH) Mother, father, daughter and two grandchildren living in old
mobile home. The kitchen sink drain was leaking and the faucet did not work. Our plumber did the repairs.
Cost: $270.

14. February 11, 2017, Pinecrest Rd. VB. A wheel chair ramp was built for 78 yr old man on limited income.
Cost: $1078.

15. February 16, 2017, Rica Drive, VB. Elderly widow and adult son living in a small townhouse. HVAC
contractor cleared clogged HVAC drain line. Two volunteers replaced falling ceiling drywall with supplies on
hand. Total cost of $75 paid by a volunteer.

16. February 20, 2017, Dark Star Run, VB. (MH). Disabled lady living in a mobile home. Leaking roof repaired by
contractor with tar and membrane. Cost: $1062.

17. February 22, 2017, Magnolia Street, VB. (MH). An elderly widow had a leak under her kitchen sink. FWC
volunteers replaced the faucet and supply lines and made repairs to the cabinet. Cost: $55.

18. February 22, 2017, Bancroft Drive, VB. Retired lady living alone in a well kept townhome had a leaking tub
faucet and a roof beyond repair. Volunteers corrected the leaking faucet. Roofing contractor replaced the
roof. Cost: $2790.

19. February 23, 2017, Counselor Lane, VB. Elderly divorcee sharing her townhouse with adult invalid
son. Volunteers installed handrail for front stoop and steps. Total cost $120. $46 were donated. FWC paid
$74.

20. March 2, 2017, Margate Ave. VB. Phase I. An elderly lady and her bed ridden mother needed a short ramp
so mother could be to get to the car via wheel chair. FWC volunteers constructed a ramp at the front door
and poured a small concrete ramp at the curb for access to the parking area. Cost: $200.

21. March 3, 2017, Trade Winds Rd. VB. A woman and her bed ridden husband had a leaking drain line under
the slab in their kitchen. A FWC contractor temporarily rerouted the drain until an insurance settlement
could be processed. FWC provided guidance on obtaining estimates and filing for insurance and connected
the HO with a reliable contractor. Cost: $172.

22. March 6, 2017, Sylvan Lane, VB. Phase 1. A 58 year-old disabled woman living alone had a leaking roof,
several non-functioning light fixtures, no water to her kitchen sink and a broken front door lock. A FWC
contractor repaired the roof. FWC volunteers replaced three light fixtures, front door lock and kitchen
faucet and repaired a storm door screen. Cost: $508.

23. March 7, 2017, Northwood Dr. VB. A disabled man and his wife in their mid-sixties had leaks in their roof
and chimney. A FWC contractor repaired several roof leaks and replaced rotten wood and missing flashing
around chimney. Cost: $400.

24. March 7, 2017, Sylvan Lane, VB. A previous FWC client, 58 year-old disabled woman living alone, had a leak
in her roof due to missing shingles and rotten wood. A FWC contractor replaced rotted wood and shingles
to repair leaks. This is the second FWC repair to this roof. Cost: $365.
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25. March 08, 2017, Benefit Rd. Ches. Widow living alone in home her husband built in 1977. Home was
flooded during Hurricane Matthew and she is living in a tent in the garage until her home is finished. A limb
hit the garage roof and caused a leak getting some of her things wet. FWC volunteers found the leak and
repaired it at no cost.

26. March 16, 2017, Midway Ave, Ches. Mother, father, three adult children and three grandchildren living in
older home. Father had a leg amputated and one of the grandchildren, who is seven, has spina bifida and is
in a wheel chair. FWC volunteers built a handicap ramp. Cost: $830.

27. March 16-17, 2017, Margate Ave. VB. As follow-on repairs for this family, FWC volunteers removed the
attached shed roof and rebuilt it, insuring water tight integrity for the electrical panel. The falling gutter on
the house and the shed door were also repaired. Cost: $275.

28. March 21, 2017, Speedy Ave, Ches. Single elderly man living alone in older home. Oil furnace is not
working. Our HVAC tech replaced the transformer and oil nozzle. Cost: $300.

29. March 27, 2017, Colechester Rd. VB. A widow raising her grandchildren was without hot water and had a
badly leaking toilet. Due to the emergency situation and age of the hot water heater and plumbing, a FWC
contractor was hired. The contractor reconfigured old and deteriorated plumbing lines and installed a new
hot water heater and toilet. Cost: $965.

30. March 27, 2017, Margate Ave, VB. Two FWC volunteers removed and replaced leaking kitchen sink faucet
handle. Cost: $19.

31. March 28, 2017, Spar St. Ches. Elderly widow living in older home with granddaughter and two great
grandsons. FWC volunteers replaced a rotted patio door; some rotted fascia; some gutter; and repaired the
kitchen floor which had a hole in it. Cost: $1,287.

32. March 28, 2017, Margate Ave. VB. Roofer replaced shed roof. Cost $250.

33. March 31, 2017, Military Hwy. Ches. (MH) Elderly widow with COPD living in old but nicely kept mobile
home. FWC volunteers replaced several ceiling panels that had mold on them from being wet. They also
checked the roof for any new leaks. Cost: $63.

34. April 5, 2017, Woodshire Way, VB. The elderly widow of a career USMC veteran on very limited income had
a problem with her A/C return filter-grill. FWC volunteers made the repair at no cost.

35. April 13, 2017, Sylvan Lane, VB. A previous FWC client, 58 year old disabled woman living alone, had a
broken sliding glass door and a non-functioning latch on her front storm door. FWC volunteers replaced the
door and latch. Cost: $739. This is phase II of a three-phase project.

36. April 19, 2017, Diana Lee Ct. VB. A 77 year-old disabled widow with COPD living in a modest townhouse
reported two broken/leaking faucets. Volunteers replaced the kitchen and half bath faucets. Homeowner
provided the new kitchen faucet. Cost: $19.

37. April 26-27, 2017, Carriage Hill Road, VB. A low income widow had suffered a serious stroke one year ago
and is learning to walk again. FWC volunteers accomplished modifications to her home to accommodate
daily functions while she is struggling to regain her mobility: front stairs, hand railings, and bathroom
changes. We built a new porch, low-rise steps, and hand railings so she can get to the driveway down her
fairly steep front yard. We also modified her bathtub, adding grab bars, so she can step in and bath
properly. Cost: $750.
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38. May 01, 2017, Speedy Ave. Ches. Single elderly man living alone in older home. Roof was leaking around
chimney. FWC volunteers re-caulked around the chimney to stop the leak at no cost.

39. May 01, 2017, Cedar Rd. Ches. Widow living in nice home. Roof was leaking. FWC volunteers repaired the
area to stop the leak at no cost.

40. May 4, 2017, Eddystone Drive, VB. An unemployed single lady living in nice home. Two FWC volunteers
replaced damaged ceiling light, ceiling fan, and electrical outlet. Cost: $15.

41. May 3, 2017, Glenville Circle, VB. A disabled lady, wheelchair bound with COPD, needed her ramp repaired
and storm door replaced. Volunteers added a transition piece to her ramp, replaced rotted wood around
her front door and replaced her storm door. Homeowner provided the new storm door. Cost: $129.

42. May 9, 2017, Good Hope Road, VB. A previous client requested minor repairs. Two FWC volunteers
replaced a bathroom sink faucet, caulked some exterior trim, reworked and sealed some roof flashing. Cost:
$18.

43. May 09, 2017, Benefit Rd. Ches. This home was flooded by Hurricane Matthew with 18″ of water inside. A
community of organizations came together to rebuild the home, including Operation Blessing with
volunteers from FWC; a young adult group from Oak Grove United Methodist Church in Chesapeake; a
group from Team Rubicon; a mission team from Herndon United Methodist church in Herndon, Va.; all led
by our volunteers from FWC. The homeowner said she has never had such a nice home. Cost to FWC:
$2033.

44. May 12, 2017, Chancery Lane, VB. A disabled woman living alone had a leak from her shower and a toilet
that ran continuously. A FWC contractor repaired leaking valves in shower/tub, repaired and sealed grout
around tub and rebuilt toilet tank system. Cost: $400.

45. May 18, 2017, Dylan Drive, VB. A retired widow on limited income requested assistance with
roof damage and a rec room without power to the receptacles. Our roofing contractor repaired the roof
damage and our electrical contractor restored power to the dead circuits. Cost: $580.

46. May 16-18, 2017, Old Clubhouse Road, VB. A wheelchair bound lady living alone struggled greatly to bath,
and to come and go from her home. FWC volunteers built a platform and wheelchair ramp from her deck to
the driveway for easy access. We also repaired her tub/shower wall, modified the tub to be “step-in”, and
added grab bars. The tub/shower is now handicapped accessible. Our HVAC contractor made repairs to the
A/C system, which was misbehaving. Cost: $1400.

47. May 23, 2017, Speedy Ave. Ches. Older gentleman living alone in older home. Our plumber repaired the
stopped up kitchen sink drain. Cost: $85.

48. May 23, 2017, Military Hwy. Ches. (MH) Mother, father, daughter and two grandchildren living in old
mobile home. The bathroom tub faucet wouldn’t turn off. Our plumber did the repairs. Cost: $225.

49. May 23, 2017, Dunbarton Dr. Ches. Single lady living alone in nice home. Roof leaked and caused some of
the ceiling to come down. The roof was repaired and our volunteers replaced the sheet rock. They also
replaced two porch posts, realigned the back door and replaced the disposal that did not work with drain
pipes. Cost: $215.

50. May 24, 2017, Holland Rd. VB. Beach Health Care, a non-profit providing medical assistance to low income
clients, requested assistance with a leaking toilet and collapsing floor in the bathroom of their dental clinic.
Volunteers replaced the rotten subfloor, laid new tile and replaced the seal on the toilet. Cost: $137.
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51. May 31, 2017, Westwind Pl. VB. Phase 1 & 2. A grandmother, raising her grandchildren on limited income
requested assistance with multiple maintenance problems. A combination of FWC volunteers and
contractors completed the following repairs: repaired unsafe wiring, fixed plumbing leaks, repaired ceiling
damaged from plumbing leaks, repaired HVAC system, repaired warped window framing and replaced
damaged back door. Cost: $1935.

52. June 5, 2017, Wildflower Court, VB. Two elderly ladies, mother and daughter, live in their home on a very
modest income. The HVAC system is not working and there is evidence of several roof leaks. Our HVAC
contractor recharged the system, giving temporary relief, and placed parts on back order to make further
needed repairs. Our roofer replaced five vent boots on the roof that were responsible for the leaks. Cost for
this phase of the work was $840.

53. June 12, 2017, Santeetlah Ave. Ches. Our volunteers repaired a small roof leak. The cost was $0.00.

54. June 15, 2017, Grand Lakes Crescent. VB. A family with modest income experienced roof leaks in their small
townhome. Our roofer found rotten wood around the chimney cap, allowing rain to get behind the siding.
There were also several missing shingles on another section of the roof. Cost: $590.

55. June 19, 2017, Big Ben Rd. VB. A single grandmother housing her two adult daughters and grandchildren
had a leaking roof and window frame as well as rotted support columns on her front porch. A FWC
contractor repaired the roof. FWC volunteers replaced three porch columns and repaired the window
frame. Project was also referred to TEAMeffort for house to be painted. Cost: $1048.

56. June 20, 2017, Wildflower Court, VB, Phase 2. These elderly ladies have been doing without heat or A/C for
a while. Our HVAC contractor repaired the A/C. Cost: $1390.

57. June 23, 2017, Diana Lee Ct. VB. A 77 year-old disabled widow with COPD living in a modest townhouse
reported banging noise when her A/C cycled on and off. Our HVAC contractor found that a high efficiency
inlet filter was reducing airflow to the blower causing the sides of the intake plenum to flex. The contractor
added stiffeners to the sides of the intake plenum at no cost to FWC.

58. June 26, 2017, Holland Drive, VB (MH). A former client, living on very modest income, had several roof
problems. Our roofing contractor replaced two roof collars and made repairs in several places on the roof.

59. June 26, 2017, First St. Ches. With the help of a contractor who donated the material and labor we replaced
the shingles on the front of this home. With the help of a youth mission team we repaired the ceiling which
was damaged. Cost: $209.

60. June 26, 2017, Hunters Quay, Ches. With the help of a youth mission team we built a handicap ramp for this
home. Cost: $247.

61. June 28, 2017, Decatur St. Ches. With the help of a youth mission team we repaired some rotted siding and
replaced an outside door. Cost: $366.

62. June 28, 2017, Red Head Ct. Ches. (MH) HVAC tech replaced the heat switch in the air handler. Cost: $320.

63. June 19-29, 2017, Head River Road, VB. A former client living on very modest income needed a new roof,
having several active leaks. FWC Project Managers supervised installing a new roof over the existing with
our Summer Youth Program volunteers. The work was completed by two teams of young people in the
TEAMeffort mission group. The teenagers were active and enthusiastic and also did additional maintenance
around the home. Roofing materials were provided at a discount by ABC Supply of Norfolk. Costs to FWC
were approximately $900.
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64. July 01, 2017, Volvo Pkwy. Ches. FWC volunteers rebuilt two toilets and replaced another one; repaired
some sheet rock; replaced the garbage disposal; replaced the deck boards and railing; and repaired the roof
on an attached shed. Cost: $775.

65. July 13, 2017, Brookshire Dr. Ches. (MH) With the help of a youth mission team FWC volunteers rebuilt the
floors in the kitchen, living room and bedroom of an old mobile home occupied by a disabled veteran. The
roof was also sealed. Cost: $1124.

66. July 13, 2017, Cobblewood Bend, Ches. A roofing contractor replaced the shingles on a semi-detached
home owned by an elderly widow and her granddaughter. The homeowner paid half of the cost and FWC
paid the other half. Cost to FWC: $2515.

67. July 10-12, 2017, Hope Ave, VB. A single mother with a severely handicapped child has been using a FWC
provided temporary ramp since last winter. FWC project managers designed and supervised youth
volunteers from TEAMeffort to build a permanent ramp. Costs: approximately $700.

68. July 19,2017, Old Clubhouse Road, VB. A 53 Y/O divorcee and her 21 Y/O college student daughter living in
a jampacked townhome. Three FWC volunteers repaired and reinstalled a deteriorating sliding glass
door. Cost was $40.

69. July 21, 2017, Sylvan Lane, VB. A previous FWC client, 58 year-old disabled woman living alone, had a badly
worn and leaking roof and a recently replaced sliding door was not closing correctly. A FWC contractor
replaced some rotted sheathing and all shingles and repaired the door. Cost: $2520. This is phase III of a
three-phase project.

70. July 21,2017, Gauntlet Ct. Ches. A roofing contractor replaced the shingles on a home owned by an elderly
widow and her adult disabled son. The homeowner paid half of the cost and FWC paid the other half. Cost
to FWC: $2750.

71. July 21, 2017, Bells Mill Rd. Ches. FWC volunteers removed an unused chimney that was leaking, down
below the roof and roofed over the hole. We used materials left over from another project so there was no
cost to FWC.

72. July 27, 2017, Firth Lane, VB. An elderly couple on very modest income and suffering poor health lost their
air conditioning. Our HVAC contractor found the unit in good operating condition, but low on Freon. He
charged the system and it is now working well. Cost: $320.

73. August 01, 2017, Strawberry Lane, Ches. An elderly lady living alone in an older home. FWC volunteers
repaired some roofing shingles which were causing a leak. We used materials left over from another project
so there was no cost to FWC.

74. August 8, 2017, Thamesford Drive, VB. Wheelchair bound amputee needed tub access and widened
bathroom doors. Four FWC volunteers removed and replaced two bathroom doors with 30 inch doors and
modified the tub and added a hose equipped shower head. Cost: $230.

75. August 12, 2017, Fair Meadows Road, VB. An 89 year old man living alone in a one bathroom house had
slow and unsatisfactory drainage of the toilet and tub. A Plumber cleared the main drain line and augured
the toilet. Cost: $150.

76. August 15, 2017, Brookshire Dr. Ches. (MH) A couple living in an old mobile home. They have done some
repairs but needed help with others. FWC volunteers replaced rotted siding; repaired the flooring by the
front door; replaced the front door and storm door; installed Luann flooring in the bathroom and hall; and
installed a new back door. Cost: $587.
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77. August 21, 2017, Kemps Lake Drive, VB. A former client who lives on an extremely modest income had an
attic water heater which began to leak into her home. Our plumbing contractor replaced the WH and the
homeowner was able to clean up the water with no damage to her ceilings. Cost: $1200.

78. August 21, 2017, Derby Run, VB (MH). A single disabled woman living alone had a roof leak which caused
her kitchen ceiling to cave in and a leak under her kitchen sink. A FWC contractor repaired the roof and sink
and FWC volunteers repaired the damaged ceiling. Cost: $542.

79. August 22, 2017, Lineberry Road, VB. An elderly, arthritic lady living alone needed a toilet safety rail. Two
FWC volunteers installed one. Cost: $53.

80. August 22, 2017, Elbyrne Dr. Ches. A single lady and five grandchildren living in an old home. The toilet was
loose, our FWC volunteer found it was the toilet seat that was loose and showed one of the grandchildren
how to tighten it. Cost: $0.

81. August 24, 2017, London Bridge Rd. VB. An 80 yr-old bedridden widow, living with her 55 yr-old disabled
son, who is also her caregiver, requested handicap mods. Volunteers made the bathtub into a handicap
accessible shower and repaired/rebuilt a handicap ramp. Cost: $208.

82. August 29, 2017, Cobblewood Bend, Ches. An elderly lady and granddaughter living in a nice semi-detached
home. FWC volunteers replaced the front and outside utility doors; the vinyl at the front door; replaced a
bathroom exhaust fan; repaired a bifold closet door; repaired a damaged bedroom door; repaired some
holes in the hardwood flooring; and installed kick boards under the kitchen cabinets. Cost: $384.

83. September 6, 2017, Rica Drive, VB. A handicapped lady who lives in a wheelchair and uses a stool to roll
around her modest home had some damage to floor tile and a ceiling. FWC volunteers removed and
replaced a section of the ceiling and replaced about 30 floor tile in the kitchen area. Material costs were
under $20

84. September 4, 2017, Red Head Ct. Ches. (MH) Husband and wife living in nice mobile home. FWC volunteers
replaced roof shingles that had blown off and also replaced six windows. Cost: $904

85. September 9, 2017, Military Hwy. Ches. Husband and wife living in old mobile, husband is bedfast. FWC
volunteers sealed the roof and replaced the ceiling in a bedroom. Cost: $286.

86. September 17, 2017, Cedar Rd. Ches. Widow living in nice home with limited income. FWC volunteers
patched a hole in the roof where a limb fell. Cost: $0.

87. September 17, 2017, Gale, Ches. Single elderly lady living alone in older home. FWC volunteers trimmed
some tree limbs that were rubbing the roof and patched the shingles where the limbs had rubbed a hole in
them. Cost: $0.

88. September 17, 2017, Shadowlake Dr. Ches. Single lady living alone in nice home. FWC volunteers replaced
a kitchen and bathroom faucet that leaked; replaced the top rail on a deck railing; reinstalled an outside
light; and had our plumber replace two outside hose bibs. Cost: $402.

89. September 17, 2017, Rock Drive Dr. Ches. Elderly mother and adult daughter living in a nice home. FWC
volunteers installed a new bathroom sink and vanity and our plumber repaired or replaced many leaking
faucets. Cost: $1544.

90. September 18, 2017, Candlewood Cir. Ches. Disabled lady living alone in older home she inherited. Our
roofer installed a new roof and repaired the damaged sheathing. Cost: $3367.
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91. September 19, 2017, Edgewood Arch, Ches. HS senior survived auto accident where her companion didn’t.
She needed an additional hand rail to help get up and down to the second floor. FWC volunteers installed
the hand rail. Cost: $0.

92. September 21, 2017, Barco Dr. VB. Two volunteers replaced defective light fixtures in the master bath and
master bedroom. Contractor checked roof for leaks and found none. Cost: $93.

93. September 25, 2017, Military Hwy. Ches. (MH) Family of five, three generations, living in old, small mobile
home. Father had a heart attack and needed a handicap ramp before he could come home. FWC
volunteers rebuilt the front porch and added a handicap ramp. Cost: $410.

94. September 28, 2017, Engle Ave. Ches. Husband and wife living in small home. Husband has cancer and
can’t work. Some windows need to be replaced and husband and son can do the work. We purchased the
windows for the family. Cost: $870

95. September 30, 2017, Tenure Lane, VB. Phase 1. A 66 year old widow with limited income reported a failed
hot water heater. A contractor replaced the hot water heaters as an emergency repair. Cost: $710.

96. October 4, 2017, Warwick Drive, VB. A 50 year-old woman sharing her small townhouse with her mother,
her daughter and her grandson requested assistance with problems including roof and bathroom leaks,
clogged HVAC vent sweating damaged ceilings and electrical issues. Roofing contractor replaced lower back
roof and pipe collars. HVAC Contractor cleared clogged vents. Two FWC volunteers corrected the electrical
issues and repaired the ceilings and a bathroom wall. Cost: $2035. $36 were donated.

97. October 11, 2017, Eddystone Dr. VB. This single woman living alone on a very limited income had a leaking
pipe to hot water heater and a leak in the roof over her kitchen. A FWC contractor replaced a section of the
roof above the kitchen bay window, cleaned and repaired a damaged gutter and replaced a section of piping
connected to the water heater. Cost: $450.

98. October 13, 2017, Dodington Court, VB. An elderly lady on very low income had some persistent roof leaks.
The roofer she had hired to make repairs a few years ago would not follow up and make good his faulty
work. Our roofing contractor made repairs to the roof and the flashing under the vinyl siding. Cost: $735.

99. October 17, 2017, Brookshire Dr. Ches. (MH) Elderly disabled mother, adult daughter and grandson living in
mobile home. FWC volunteers repaired several floors including the kitchen, wash room and two bathrooms.
Cost: $524.

100. October 23, 2017, Military Hwy. Ches. (MH) Single lady living alone in mobile home. A fire next door
destroyed her steps. VB team built a new front porch and homeowner and friends cleaned and sealed the
roof. Cost: $416.

101. October 26, 2017, Dexter Street East, Ches. An elderly, disabled lady living in a single family home.
Volunteers replaced rotting deck boards on a large outside deck, added a layer of plywood to the deck of
the screened in porch, repaired the screens, repaired two storm doors, and replaced the threshold support
on one outside door. Cost: $1027.

102. October 26, 2017, Charlton Ct. Ches. Father and adult son living in older home. Son had a leg amputated
due to diabetes. Our volunteers built a handicap ramp so he could get into and out of the home. Cost:
$342.

103. October 30, 2017, Speedy Ave. Ches. Single elderly man living alone in older home. Roof has a leak. Our
volunteers replaced a section of sheathing and shingles. Cost: $58.
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104. October 31, 2017, Iron Liege Run, VB. (MH) A 22 YO single mom and her infant daughter living in a mobile
home that required HVAC repair, failing floor repair and replacement of a broken storm door latch. HVAC
Contractor repaired/replaced the HVAC system. FWC volunteers repaired the floor and door. Cost: $1712.

105. October 31, 2017, Tenure Lane, VB. Phase 2. A 66 year old widow with limited income had a failed hot
water heater replaced as an emergency repair. As a follow-up to the repair, volunteers replaced the water
damaged drywall. In addition, a contractor re-ran the washing machine drain to prevent overflow. Cost
$530.

106. November 6, 2017, Campus Drive, VB. Previous client. Missing shingles and roof leaks. Contractor
replaced roof and a cracked skylight. Cost $3045.

107. November 6, 2017, N Grosvener Ct. VB. 59 year old divorcee living in a modest townhouse, was laid off full
time job and now working at a minimum wage part time job. Contractor replaced failed roof. Cost: $2925.

108. November 16, 2017, Holland Drive, VB (MH). Elderly widow, previous client, requested ceiling
repair. Volunteers installed sheet vinyl to cover damage and support sagging drywall. Cost $33.

109. November 16, 2017, Old Clubhouse Rd. VB. A previous client, who is wheelchair bound, experienced loss of
heat in her home. Our HVAC contractor made necessary repairs to bring the system into good operation.
Cost $786.

110. November 21, 2017, Wildflower Court, VB. A previous client received notice that the city would terminate
her water service unless she made urgent repairs to fix a leak. Our plumbing contractor investigated and
rebuilt one commode that was continually running. Cost $165.

111. November 22, 2017, Deep Creek Blvd. Ches. (MH) Single lady and disabled brother living in older, well kept
mobile home. FWC volunteers sealed the roof and repaired a damaged piece of paneling in the bedroom.
Cost $103.

112. November 22, 2017, Elbyrne Dr. Ches. Single lady and four grandchildren living in older home. The bath
tub would not drain, our plumber got it unstopped. Cost $150.

113. November 28, 2017, Jonas Street, VB. (MH) 73 year old lady’s mobile home suffered water damage due to
a leaking hot water heater. Volunteers replaced the water heater, flooring, carpet and pad, dry wall and
insulation. Carpet and pad were donated. Cost: $818.

114. November 28,2017, Campus Drive, VB A previous client experienced loss of heat in her townhouse. Our
HVAC contractor made necessary repairs to bring the system into good operation. Cost $195.

115. November 28,2017, Colony MHP, VB. 58 YO mother and 19 YO daughter in mobile home. A severe water
leak needed urgent repairs. Our plumbing contractor repaired the leak under the mobile home. Cost $430.

116. December 2, 2017, Towanda Rd. Ches. Elderly husband and wife living in older home. Husband has
dementia. Front door was damaged and needed to be replaced to secure the home. The family purchased
a new door and FWC volunteers did the installation. Cost $0.

117. December 2, 2017, Benefit Rd. Ches. Widow living alone in home her husband built in 1977. Living room
ceiling has a crack where house has settled. FWC volunteers repaired the crack. Cost $0.

118. December 4, 2017, Gauntlet Ct. Ches. Widow and adult disabled son living in older home. Crack has
developed in bedroom ceiling. FWC volunteers re-supported and patched the ceiling. Cost $0.
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119. December 8,2017, Alder Circle, VB. 73 YO woman and her 40 YO disabled son living in a town home
needing electrical and safety repairs. Electrical Contractor corrected/repaired electrical faults. Volunteers
replaced installed doors with correct opening doors and took care of other minor repairs. Cost: $748.

120. December 8, 2017, Payne Rd. Ches. Single elderly lady living alone in small older home with a roof leak.
FWC volunteers tried sealing spots without success and then replaced some sheathing and shingles. They
then patched the damaged ceiling. Cost $217.36.

121. December 7, 2017, Walkers Grant Lane, VB. Previous client reported both toilets clogged. Drain lines were
augured out by plumber. Cost: $65.

122. December 8, 2017, Doddington Court, VB. Previous client had a leaking kitchen sink faucet and a
malfunctioning tub/shower system. Plumbing Contractor installed new kitchen sink faucet and sprayer
and installed new tub and shower system parts. Cost $405.

123. December 13, 2017. Spartin St. VB (MH). Previous client reported no water to kitchen sink. Volunteers
replaced faucet assembly. Cost $56.

124. December 16, 2017, Finch Ave. VB. Phase One. An elderly widow providing a home for three generations in
her modest home had a rotted out bathroom floor and some missing ceiling due to an old roof leak. FWC
volunteers rebuilt the floor adding new joists, flooring and vinyl and rebuilt the commode. We also replaced
ceiling insulation and new drywall in the LR ceiling. Cost $650.

125. December 20,2017, Thalia Trace Drive, VB. Blind, deaf, wheelchair dependent 69 YO woman living alone in
a townhouse. Volunteers installed an exterior ramp, an interior ramp, and some weather stripping to an
exterior door. Cost $240.

126. December 21, 2017, Finch Ave. VB. This is Phase two for an elderly lady and three generations of her family.
Our HVAC contractor made major repairs to a faulty heating system. Cost $940

127. December 30, 2017, Saddlebrook Court, VB. A 77 YO widow living in a townhouse with cold air flowing
from the attic through an open ceiling access. A volunteer assembled and replaced the missing access
cover. Cost $0.

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