Sarah Scarrow (centre) and her three children were ecstatic with their completely remodeled Aldergrove home

Extreme Home Makeover No. 16 is a ‘Wrap’

The 16th annual Extreme Home Makeover for the Scarrow family was a particularly large undertaking

Sarah Scarrow and her three children were ecstatic with their completely remodeled Aldergrove home, but a special delight for Sarah was her new kitchen and appliances, shown to her by Acts of Kindness representatives, pastors David Jamieson and Mike Dauncey.

The 16th annual Extreme Home Makeover for the Scarrow family was a particularly large undertaking, as it required tearing out all walls and ceilings for new electrical wiring to replace the old and dangerous aluminum wiring.

Portions of the work are still remaining to be done but the main residence was completed in time for the unveiling for the Scarrow family and large crowd of volunteer workers, donors and well wishers on Monday evening.

In photo below, ProPower electrician Lyle Robertson shows Sarah Scarrow and her son the new electrical features installed in her home during the past two weeks.

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