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New Flooring for MAACA’s Hope House

Posted on February 21st, by Will Lyster in Bathroom, Commercial Construction, Flooring, Vinyl Flooring. No Comments

It is well-known that TEAL gives back to the community whenever possible. Currently, we are replacing old flooring for the Hope house operated by MACAA – The Monticello Area Community Action Agency. The Henry B. Mitchell Hope House for homeless families Transitional Housing Program began in 1988.  Hope House is a four-unit apartment building in the City of Charlottesville.

This complex was built in the mid 1980′s and is now in need of minor renovations in certain areas. this week, TEAL Construction is replacing flooring in one of the units, while trying to accommodate the transition schedule MACAA has for it’s next tenant. The entire project from start to finish is expected to be 2-1/2 days.

TEAL Construction is proud to support agencies like MACAA that benefit individuals, families and the community as a whole.

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