You might check around your area for someone interested in doing this. It benefits the community, HFH and of course the company. Naturally I didn't go to the home show and just got this in my notes.
Healthy Home Visit Program is Off to a Healthy Start Thanks to The St. Louis Home & Garden Show
(Maryland Heights, MO, February 28th, 2013) Storm “Q” made a fast and furious appearance on opening day of The St. Louis Home & Garden Show, convincing many area residents to stay indoors. However as roads cleared and the cabin fever became unbearable, more and more visitors made their way downtown. Olneya Restoration Group was there to launch the new Healthy Home Visit: a free, hour-long interior and exterior inspection of a home conducted by a trained Olneya professional.
The purpose of the Healthy Home Visit is to ensure the safety and efficiency of a home and safeguard against costly and unnecessary repairs in the future. An Olneya professional will thoroughly inspect the structural integrity of the roof, the condition of the shingles, the gutter system, attic insulation, windows, and siding to verify that these elements are up-to-date and functioning properly.
For every Healthy Home visit scheduled, Olneya committed to donating $5 to Habitat for Humanity St. Louis. From the scheduled visits, Olneya is set to donate over $150! Through a Facebook contest, owner Crystal Anderson set out to personally donate $1 for every “LIKE” and “SHARE” of certain status updates and photos and that total came to well over $200!
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