COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - The House of Heroes is back at work repairing homes for military and public safety veterans. Crews pulled out their hammer and nails for renovations on two homes in Columbus Saturday.
The group teamed up with a local roofing company for the roof work. They also reframed the front porch, painted the inside and installed new kitchen cabinets.
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