In 2022, homeowners spent an average of nearly $6,000 on home repairs and maintenance. The rising costs of materials and services aren’t making it any cheaper today. 

At Gabriel Homes, prioritize our residents’ safety and wellbeing. Part of helping residents on their path to independence is maintaining their well-kept homes. Our homes are more than buildings with services; they’re houses in the community where people live their lives. 

Passmore Contracting

Recently, one of our homes had water leaking from the roof. The leaks didn’t directly affect the residents, but Gabriel Homes took swift action to get the roof patched up. 

Passmore Contracting came to the rescue with roughly a dozen workers spread out across the home. With Board Member Gary LeFrancois’ oversight, the roof was fixed faster than expected. It was thought that the repairs would take several days, but the team made the finishing touches by the evening. 

The group home now has a newly finished roof over our residents’ heads, set to last over 30 years. 

“It’s our responsibility to make sure projects are safe and done right,” Gary said. “The new roof will function well for years to come, and now we can move on to new projects.”

Investing in our Homes

Think about how you take care of your home. Sometimes you may need to make repairs; other times, you may need to spend some money to keep the house in tip-top shape. 

At Gabriel Homes, we don't pressure residents to worry about home repairs. We have their backs so they can focus on building their independence and living healthy, comfortable lives. 

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