Individuals and businesses have shown their community support and banded together to help a Newstead family struggling to afford disability access to their house.
ADS Civil Contracting and Construction owner Stefan Dvorsky said it felt good to put a smile on somebody's face by doing the work for free.
"I don't mind donating my machinery and my staff for a good cause," he said.
The mother of the family has two autistic young adults, and one has a walking frame which can make house access difficult.
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The family needed work done to the house to make it more accessible including two disability ramps, a retaining wall to support the disability ramp, concreting the driveway, widening doorways, replacing the deck, excavating and leveling the backyard, new carpets, and bathroom changes.
ADS Civil Contracting, along with other businesses and individuals in the community, have been funding the work and providing their services for free.
Mr Dvorsky said the work his team were doing was worth between $10,000 and $15,000.
"[It feels good] just helping people out, giving something back to the community. I have built my business around the community so it's time to give back," he said.
The work should be completed in another three or four weeks.
Mr Dvorsky said once the current project was finished, he would be looking for another family he could assist with his business.