We’re most gratified that you’ve chosen to visit our site today. If you’ve journeyed to our site previously, you may notice that we’re in the process of making some revisions – and you may notice some inconsistencies. If so, we’d appreciate your sending comments to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, kindly keeping in mind that websites, like Rome, cannot be built in a day.
Our goal is to spruce up these pages in order to highlight our mission statement:
The two stories below – one depicts a project for an individual homeowner, the other a project for a nonprofit – highlight the work that we do in furtherance of our mission. We hope you enjoy reading these descriptions and listening to the videos in which the homeowner and volunteers explain their reactions to their experiences.
Ms. Diaz, a third-generation homeowner, lives in a modest 73-year old house in West Long Beach with her two daughters and year-old grandson. At one time, she thought the home had a single problem: Because the original furnace was inoperable, the home was too cold for her grandson; while insulation throughout seemed the logical and affordable solution, it turned out that the original electrical system would likely catch fire if insulation were added. Fortunately, she received insurance money that was adequate for the necessary repairs. Unfortunately …
LBUSD Child Development Center at Webster Elementary School
The folks at the Child Development Center of Webster Elementary School in West Long Beach approached RTLB in 2015, requesting that we build a playground for the preschool children in their charge. At that time, the children were allowed to “play” only on the chicken-wire-enclosed, no-shade-available, raggedly-asphalt part of a former parking lot; they had few toys – and really nowhere to store or play with toys had they been fortunate enough to have any.
We began by researching costs . . .