Volunteers drilled and hammered at this house in the 12 hundred block of 32nd Street.
And it was all to build a ramp through the Texas Ramp Project.
You see, social agencies refer candidates to the organization who don't have proper access in and out of their homes.
And for many of those candidates leaving home has not been an option.
"It's very very isolated. It's not a fun position to be in, and sometimes they get the feeling that they are desperate," said Alan Ballard, coordinator of the Texas Ramp Project.
It took volunteers about 5 hours to finish the ramp.. Which now gives the resident the freedom to come and go.
The Texas Ramp Project tries to build about 12 ramps each year here in Texoma.