PARADISE, Calif. - Volunteers from across the country are helping build sheds and now deliver them to people who lost homes and storage units in the Camp Fire.
"This is awesome are you kidding this is great," Hower said.
Daryl Hower is living in a trailer on his property with his family.
They're in the process of rebuilding the home they lost in the Camp Fire.
"There's just no place like Paradise there's just not," he said.
They weren't able to save much in the fire and don't have much room in their trailer for their new belongings.
"Everything that was in that tent is now going to be in here," Hower said. "Anyone can just walk by and if I'm not here they notice the cars not here the dogs inside she can't do anything. Now this thing way more than I expected way more way more than I was expecting."
"From the beginning you know when this fire happened we wanted to be involved in the long term not just right after so this was the perfect way to be involved and use the resources that we have," Goddard said.
Equipment Operations Manager for the shed deliveries, Jen Goddard said her team is on their second day of deliveries and it's been a challenge but they are learning as they go
"It's been amazing it was meant to be that we're doing this because we have the resources to do it so it's like the perfect fit for us,'" she said.
Crews hope to deliver 200 sheds to survivors over the next couple months
Almost 600 people applied for sheds in the Camp Fire burn scar areas.
If you have a deck-over trailer or forklift and are interested in helping speed up the delivery process, contact the Paradise Adventist Church.