Jamieson Family to view newly restored family home for the first time since renovations began in October.
WINDSOR, ON, Jan. 9, 2014 /CNW/ - The Baeumler Family Foundation (BFF), in partnership with Lowe's Home Improvement, and Timberland Homes, have completed restorations to a Windsor family home that was nearly destroyed by a devastating mould infestation in August of this year. With contractor services donated by The Baeumler Group and Timberland Homes, and materials donated by Lowe's and its generous vendor partners; the restoration is estimated to have taken over 500 volunteer man hours, and $35,000.00 in donated materials and furnishings.
On Monday January 13th, The Baeumler Family Foundation will officially unveil the restored home to its owners (a local family of 5 including 3 children) who have been displaced from their home since August of 2013. HGTV and Lowe's DIY personality Bryan Baeumler will be on-site, as well as Windsor Mayor Eddie Francis, and representatives from Lowe's and Timberland Homes. Media are invited to visit the home for a photo opportunity at 11:30am on January 13th, followed by a public celebration at the Lowe's in Windsor. Bryan Baeumler will be on-site at Lowe's providing media photo ops and interviews. The public will have the opportunity to meet Bryan, the Jamieson family, and view before and after images of the home.
|Baeumler Family Foundation Family Restoration Project Unveil and Public Celebration
|Monday January 13th, 2014
|11:30-12:00pm: Media photo opportunity at restored home- 3921 Acorn Crescent, Windsor, ON .
|*Please note the media interviews will not be granted at the family home.
|1:00pm-3:00pm: Media photo/ interview opportunity, and public celebration at Lowe's Windsor- 1848 Provincial Rd, Windsor, ON.
|Bryan Baeumler, local dignitaries, Jamieson family, Lowe's representatives, and Timberland Homes representatives
The primary mandate of the BFF is to provide renovations for children and families in need of accessibility, safety, and security in order to create a nurturing and positive environment in the home. Bryan and Sarah are thankful to Lowe's, Timberland, and local community volunteers, family and friends for helping to bring this project to fruition. They look forward to welcoming the Jamieson family back to their home with a fresh start in 2014.
About Baeumler Family Foundation
September 15th, 2012 marked the launch of The Baeumler Family Foundation for Kids (BFF), founded by Bryan & Sarah Baeumler in Burlington, ON. The BFF is registered as a not for profit charitable organization (Charitable Registration Number: 80118 6289 RR0001) that receives no government funding and relies solely on donated revenue from individuals and corporations. The BFF's goal is to raise in excess of $2 million dollars over the next 5 years in support of children and families in need throughout Canada.
Founded in 1946 and based in Mooresville, N.C., Lowe's is the second-largest home improvement retailer in the world, serving approximately 15 million customers a week in its more than 1,825 stores in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Lowe's Companies Canada, ULC first opened Canadian stores in December 2007 and now operates 35 stores in Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia with more than 5,000 employees company-wide.
About Timberland Homes
Timberland Homes is an award winning custom home builder that prides themselves on innovative design, the highest quality trades and excellent customer service. Timberland has been responsible for building some of the most exceptional homes in all of Windsor Essex County. In 2013 Timberland Homes was honoured by the Ontario Home Builders Association for the best new home over 5,000 sq. ft. in Ontario. Visit: www.timberlandhomes.ca
SOURCE: Baeumler Family Foundation
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