Leading insulation and interior building products distributor CCF is working closely with Celotex in partnership with local construction firm, Colmore Tang to help renovate the home of three year old cancer patient, Emily Cassidy, in the West Midlands.
Emily’s house was in a dire state of disrepair and needed desperate attention in order to transform it into a safe and comfortable home for her whole family. As the interior structure of the building was in need of a complete makeover, CCF was approached by Colmore Tang to help jointly coordinate the efforts of all involved, in an attempt to upgrade the property.
The scheme was initiated by Georgie Moseley, the founder of local charity, Help Harry Help Others. After a visit to Emily’s home, Georgie put a call out on Facebook to help her carry out the renovation work since the house had been left in a bad state by previous contractors, with wires hanging from the ceilings and a new-build extension that was deemed unsafe.
Nick Whittaker, Framework Development Manager at CCF, commented: “We are always happy to get involved with such worthwhile causes like this one. Georgie Moseley has done a fantastic job in spearheading the renovation project and it’s been great to see local businesses working together to create such an impressive end result. We wish Emily a very speedy recovery.”
The initiative received an overwhelming response from 40 firms, which meant that the work could be carried out while Emily and her family travelled to America, where she received life-saving proton beam therapy.
CCF is one of the UK’s leading distributors of interior building products to the construction industry, supplying ceilings, dry lining, flooring, insulation, partitioning and fire protection materials. Our service and support, combined with a nationwide branch network and extensive fleet of vehicles ensure that the customer gets the materials they require, where and when they need them.