Several areas in the United States have been hit by hurricane winds, heavy rains, and storm disasters. When floodwaters pass through a homestead, it carries with it the properties, including houses leaving broken pieces of objects and rocks behind. The only things left for the homeowners are a layer of silt and a bad smell as well as hopelessness from the loss. Nonprofit organizations, the government, and volunteers always rush to help these people. Federal Emergency Management Agency is a body that is mainly responsible for maintaining those that have been affected by not only floods but also other disasters such as earthquakes, landslides, famines, and volcanic eruptions. Visit Gazetteday to know more about Barbara.
To curb situations, FEMA usually hires contractors, both public and private. Among the private contractors is Green Structure Homes (GSH) of Alabama. Green Structure Homes is a company founded by Barbara Stokes who is the CEO, with his husband, Scott Stokes. The firm produces, small, cost-efficient, well designed, high-quality houses to those that have been affected by disasters. Due to her efforts in this field, Barbara Stokes has been certified as a Disaster Relief Construction Contractor. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.
Apart from paying contracts, GSH also participates in charitable events. Recent participation of Barbara Stokes’ firm was a donation of building materials to Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit organization that relies on individual and organizations’ donations to solve the problems of housing by providing sustainable, affordable houses especially to those affected by the disasters. Among the materials donated by GSH includes Drywall, Hardie Fascia, and Linoleum flooring. To supplement the materials Barbara Stokes and her team also offered to be of help in planning, design, maintenance, and warehousing.