Atlas Home Improvement Opens Entries for Its Annual Veteran Bathroom Renovation Contest

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Michigan home improvement company Atlas Home Improvement announces that nominations will officially open for its 2022 Veteran Bathroom Renovation Giveaway starting May 30.

Atlas Home Improvement is thrilled to announce that it will begin accepting applications for its annual Veterans Bathroom Makeover on Memorial Day, May 30. Company owners David and Darian Bobby have long supported the Michigan military community in honor of their veteran. family members. Each year, the company receives hundreds of nominations for this event, choosing a veteran to surprise with an all-expenses-paid bathroom renovation project.

Many veterans who are aging or who sustain life-altering injuries after service have difficulty bathing safely. A typical bathtub’s threshold often presents a tripping hazard, which can lead to dangerous falls and injuries. Giving veterans a safe and comfortable place to bathe is the inspiration behind this annual gift.

David explains, “We had the idea to donate a new bathroom to a veteran in need since we specialize in aging-in-place products like new showers, jetted tubs and stair lifts. .

In 2021, the giveaway winner was Lamar Harrington, a Marine who fought in the Vietnam War. During his service, Harrington took part in eight major skirmishes and was honored with awards over the years for his meritorious conduct under fire.

As the giveaway winner, Atlas Home Improvement installed a new walk-in tub, wall tile, vanity, sink and floor in her bathroom, giving her a new safe and secure bathing area. better suited to their needs.

You can submit an application by visiting AtlasHomeImprovement.com/nominate-a-veteran.

About Atlas Home Improvement

Atlas Home Improvement is a home improvement company based in Whitmore Lake, MI. Founded in 1989, Atlas has served over 18,000 local homeowners by offering premium products designed to deliver lifetime performance. Learn more at AtlasHomeImprovement.com.

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