The Helms project was a little different. Their situation was difficult because Bob had a stroke and was no longer able to move around on his own. They needed a variety of things to make the house handicap-friendly. We built a wheelchair ramp into the house from the garage, and another to the back deck. We had to build a shower with wheelchair access, put in toilet lifters, and install a number of grab bars. The goal was for her to be able to care for him during their last days together. Beyond that, we were able to update the kitchen cabinets on a budget and install storage solutions in the laundry room. The finished product was just what they needed. But not so much that they would be stuck with a financial burden in the future. After Bob passed away, Barbara was able to sell the house instantly to another family with the same situation. Literally, overnight without even having to show the house; and there was a back-up buyer in case the first one fell through. Clearly there is a measure of sadness associated with the circumstances of this project; but we are pleased that the house can serve the needs of families in difficult times and hope it continues to do so.