Military Makeover’s journey with Army veteran and Florida resident Aaron Cornelius, who was permanently blinded from a powerful IED blast in Iraq, continues in Bradenton, about an hour south of Tampa.
With the renovations in full swing, watch along as Goodman Manufacturing donates and installs a brand-new high-efficiency HVAC system. Get an inside look at the air handler, which features a UV light inside the system’s coil to ensure clean and quality air with zero mold.
With years of wear and tear, the Corneliuses carpeting has been left in pretty rough shape. That’s why Military Makeover brings in Tarkett to complete a total overhaul of the Corneliuses flooring.
Then, ADT stops by to install a state-of-the-art security system. It’s called Pulse, one of ADT’s newer security products which features burglary monitoring, video surveillance, fire and smoke monitoring, and a medical alert system. It also allows users to control their garage doors, lighting, and indoor temperature.
But of all rooms inside the Cornelius home, Aaron’s part music room, part home office is most important. Courtesy of MyComputerCareer, the space includes a built-from-scratch computer, along with stylish decor and furnishings to help enhance Aaron’s DJ career.