RepairClinic.com® staffers fix up home of disabled woman in the community
Canton, Mich.—Staff members of RepairClinic.com®, the trusted online store for replacement parts for home appliances, outdoor power equipment and HVAC equipment, spent last Saturday fixing the home of a disabled community member in need of help.
The work was part the community’s annual Christmas in Action event, which gathers hundreds of volunteers to provide free home repairs for seniors and disabled residents in the community.
Christmas in Action organizers assigned RepairClinic’s group to the home of a disabled woman and her brother/caregiver. RepairClinic staff members climbed into the home’s attic and installed insulation, removed and cleaned bricks in preparation for scheduled masonry work and did yardcare.
“Every day, at RepairClinic, we empower people to fix things on their own,” said volunteer and RepairClinic staffer Samantha Zeisler of Ypsilanti. “But it’s even more rewarding to get out into our community and help people who aren’t able to complete do-it-yourself projects or who cannot afford to hire professionals. Christmas in Action is a great way for us to give back to the community that has supported us since the beginning.”
RepairClinic.com’s participation in this event was led by RepairClinic Outreach, a group of employees dedicated to making a positive impact, locally and nationally. Every year, RepairClinic Outreach supports several non-profit organizations through volunteerism and fundraising. Earlier this month, dozens of RepairClinic employees dug holes for and planted 70 trees in Detroit to help The Greening of Detroit™ organization in its plans to plant thousands of trees in the city this summer.
Currently, the group is fundraising for its Relay for Life® team to benefit the American Cancer Society®.
RepairClinic.com stocks more than one million parts and accessories for 160 brands of lawn mowers, small engines, string trimmers and other handheld outdoor power equipment, furnaces, air conditioners, air washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, lawn mowers and many other products.
Since 1999, the company has served more than three million customers including homeowners, first-time and beginner DIYers, advanced DIYers, appliance repair professionals, small engine repair shops, landscaping and lawn care business owners and HVAC DIYers and professionals. RepairClinic orders are backed by a 365 Days. Period.® return policy that enables customers to return any part. Of the more than one million parts available on the website, 95 percent of parts ordered are in stock and guaranteed to ship the same business day. RepairClinic ships within the United States, U.S. territories, APO/FPO and Canada.
Christmas in Action of Wayne County (CIA) is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Supported by the Canton Township board of directors, CIA Wayne is modeled on the national Christmas in Action organization (christmasinaction.org). CIA provides free home repairs for elderly, disabled and low-income homeowners. Volunteers provide repairs to make the home safe and functional, while improving the community as a whole. The actual repairs take place on a single event day, which is scheduled for the last Saturday in April each year. More information is available here.
RepairClinic.com® makes fixing things easy for millions of people. Founded in 1999, it’s North America’s popular, trusted online store with replacement parts for outdoor power equipment, major household appliances and HVAC equipment. Free repair resources including more than 1,000 how-to videos empower people to fix stuff on their own. One million parts for 160 brands are stocked at its 86,000-square-foot facility in Canton, Michigan. Do-it-yourselfers also appreciate its generous, no-hassle 365 Days. Period.® return policy. In-stock parts are guaranteed to ship the same business day. Visit RepairClinic.com for more information. Contact Jody Lamb, Public Relations Manager, at JLamb [at] RepairClinic.com.
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