EXODUS WORKS FOR YOU! CALL US TODAY!
Call us today! Phone: 828-324-2390 or Fax: 828-324-7983
Exodus Works are insured job creating enterprises of Exodus Homes, a private non-profit United Way agency that provides faith-based supportive housing for recovering people returning to the community from treatment centers and prison.
Exodus Works is a drug free, supervised labor force that provides employment opportunities for our residents in a variety of enterprises that generate revenue to support our programs.
Exodus Workers are here to provide quality services at very affordable prices to meet your needs.
** Tipping is Appreciated!**
“Exodus Works! did an outstanding job. We will hire them again!” – Mayor Rudy Wright and Donna Wright
At Exodus Homes, we give residents a hand…not a hand out. Residents are expected to work full time, and pay program fees for the services they receive. Our operating budget is supported primarily by residents’ fees paid from their wages earned on the job, and the revenue generated by Exodus Works.
“Exodus Works is there for us when we need them!” – Danny Hearn, CEO, Catawba County Chamber of Commerce
Residential / Commercial Moving • 3-4 Movers and a Moving Box Truck • We can also pick up and deliver!
Gutter Cleaning / Pressure Washing • Gutter cleaning and pressure washing of your home or office.
** We are approved for intrastate household goods moving by the N.C. Utilities Commission, Certificate of Exemption Number C-2458 **
Painting • We provide excellent painting services — interior and exterior. After hours painting is available upon request.
Car Wash and Detailing • We do car detailing on-site as well as mobile and valet services.
Odd Jobs • Need to organize your garage or attic? We can help! We can also haul off trash and other debris to the landfill for you.
Thrift Store • We sell surplus donations in our thrift store where the Exodus Works office is also located.
“Exodus Works! did an outstanding landscaping job at my home. I was very pleased with their services.” – Former N.C. Senator Austin Allran