Mr. and Mrs. Maximiliano Valdez have lived in their home in Chino, California since 2002. The Valdez’s immigrated from Bolivia before becoming proud American homeowners. Through the years, the couple kept their home well-maintained, making sure to provide necessary repairs and upkeep.
However, as the Valdez’s grew older and reached retirement, money became tighter and the home required some basic upkeep and repairs. The Valdez’s home developed leaking in the garage due to uneven pavement, and planters in the front yard brought rot to the front of their home. In addition, the home required new paint and a durable fence around the property to bring back the sense of pride the Valdez’s used to have in their home. Without the funds to have the work completed, the couple reached out to NPHS for assistance.
In celebration of the annual NeighborWorks Week, a week long event geared towards home revitalization, NPHS along with NeighborWorks America, Wells Fargo, and Chino Rotary provided the Valdez’s with the necessary home repairs – all at no cost to the couple. NPHS and its community partners were pleased to help the Valdez family restore their home to a safe, sustainable, and visually appealing condition.