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Hurricane Katrina Relief

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina was one of the worst natural disasters ever to hit our country. Hundreds of families suffered greatly due to this natural disaster and were left with no home or a place to sleep. Frontier Mechanical, Inc. was proud to help in The Hurricane Relief housing project by building trailers for many affected families.

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Habitat for Humanity

In 2006, Frontier Mechanical, Inc. partnered with Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization, to helped build a decent house for a local family that was in need. Although Kern County has traditionally been one of California’s most affordable areas for housing, decent housing remains out of reach for thousands of low-income residents. Habitat for Humanity invites people from different trades to work together in partnership with low-income families to built decent and affordable houses.

Click here to learn more about Habitat for Humanity.

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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

In 2004, the “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” team helped make a dream come true for a Bakersfield widow and her children, the Elcano Family. The Extreme Makeover team does not just build houses for families. They give hope, and inspire hundreds of volunteers who help build the houses to do what they can for their community and make their world a better place. Frontier Mechanical Inc. is proud to have participated in the Elcano “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.”

To learn more about the Elcano Family Home Makeover, visit ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition Page.

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Homes for Our Troops

In 2009, Homes for Our Troops, a national non-profit organization, built a home for one of our local war heroes, U.S. Marine Evan Morgan. After being seriously injured in Iraq, Even Morgan returned home with serious disabilities. Frontier Mechanical, Inc. was proud to partner with Homes for Our Troops, who presented a beautiful home to Evan Morgan and his family on November 14, 2009. A home that he can call his own and which allows him to move freely.

To learn more about Homes for Our Troops and see more pictures of the Morgan home, visit the Homes for Our Troops Website.