Paul and Belinda Caldwell have lived in their Chapel Hill home for the past 40 years.
Seven children later, the house needs a little TLC, including a hot water heater, new plumbing and repairs to damaged ceilings.
The Caldwells have been constant and involved figures in their Northside neighborhood and now the community is coming together to renovate their house.
To learn how to donate or get involved with Fix-A-Home contact Anne Hoole (Fix-A-Home Committee Chair) at 919-414-1681 or visit their website at http://www.fixahomenc.com/.
The Fix-A-Home Project is an annual community service project undertaken by the Orange Chatham Association of Realtors (OCHAR) to give back to the community. The Fix-A-Home community is undertaking a big project for their 10th anniversary. What started out as simply rehabilitating a kitchen or painting a living room has grown into a full-blown house renovation.
Jackie Tanner, who has been working on the OCHAR committee since 1999, said she hopes to have the main construction finished by the end of September with the finishing touches done at the beginning of October.