We’ve reached the final Military Makeover episode for Army veteran and Florida resident Aaron Cornelius. Permanently blinded from a powerful IED blast in Iraq, Aaron and his family, who live about an hour south of Tampa in Bradenton, are about to receive the home of their dreams.

First up is American Leather, a handcrafted furniture company headquartered in Dallas that outfits the Cornelius home with uniquely designed and custom-built furniture, including sofas, chairs, and mattresses.

Then, transforming the Cornelius home into a smart and connected residence requires assistance from Eaton Corporation. Watch along as the company installs a new electrical system that works with Alexa integration.

Minutes away from the big reveal, meet the folks behind the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that helps connect, serve, and empower our nation’s veterans.

As the reveal begins, step inside the Corneliuses old home gym, now transformed into a new high-tech music roomThen, let’s talk about home security. Did you know you can lock the front door, arm or disarm your home, and even adjust the indoor temperature with ADT’s Pulse, a state-of-the-art security system?

As the Cornelius makeover nears the end, the Nautica team stops by with a load of swag to spruce up the crew and volunteers.

Before we finish up, when it comes to home decor, consider the Nixplay Iris WiFi Digital Frame. This seamless piece of technology allows users to upload photos from a cell phone straight to onto a digital frame.