Through generous donations and monies earmarked for this natural disaster, the National Remodeling Foundation provided a Hurricane Sandy Relief Grant to Ms. Joan Valente of East Rockaway New York. Ms. Valente, a transplant patient on a fixed income,was shocked to see her home destroyed by Hurricane Sandy with more than $150,000 in damage, and the [...]
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Hurricane Sandy left many homes with major damage, much from floodwaters. With moist conditions mold spores can grow and multiply and extensive mold contamination can cause health problems for certain people causing allergic reactions and respiratory problems.
While cleaning up after a storm, New Jersey volunteer firefighter Eamonn Radburn was severely electrocuted when his hand grazed a live power line. Read more to hear Eamonn’s story, as well as how the Remodeling Industry, together with the community, provided for the family and their home.
In concert with its philanthropic initiatives, the NRF remodeled a home for a family whose daughter has a rare disease called Cri Du Chat Syndrome. Read more about the project and see photos.
The NRF’s mission is twofold: to advance the level of professionalism within and provide a clearinghouse of information regarding the remodeling industry and to answer the call to humanitarian aid.read more
The National Remodeling Foundation was created to provide scholarships and promote education to individuals who are entering the Remodeling Industry or remodelers taking their formal education to the next level.read more