A construction worker and his girlfriend have built a small home in the backyard of a Florida home to help with flood relief efforts.

The house is located on a piece of land that’s part of the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla., according to The Washington Post.

The construction crew of John Henson, 52, has built a wooden deck on the land, a backyard and a porch in preparation for flooding during the storm, The Post reported.

The couple told ABC News that they’ve been working on the house since late September.

They said they built the house out of scraps they gathered at a thrift store.

They have a few things they plan on keeping, including a fireplace, but it’s all in anticipation of what is sure to be a storm.

The building is made from wood and metal.

They plan to use salvaged materials and wood from the back yard.