Nearly a year after Hurricane Matthew hit, one North Carolina community is still working to rebuild after flooding caused many homes to become uninhabitable.
Hurricane Matthew was the costliest national disaster in 2016, damaging $10 billion in property.
One neighborhood hit particularly hard was Hollywood Heights in Fayetteville. It’s a tight knit community that is home to many military veterans who have lived there for decades.
Watch the video to see how Lowe’s worked alongside Rebuilding Together to help these lifelong residents take that first step in getting their homes back in order.