NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A special welcome home party that was four years in the making was celebrated in Brooklyn.

A Canarsie family is now back in their house for the first time since Superstorm Sandy flooded them out.

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The homeowners cut a ceremonial ribbon and walked into their newly-furnished home Saturday with the help of the Saint Bernard Project and Friends of Rockaway.

The two groups provide financial support and home rebuilds for storm victims.

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The family has lived in the home since 2003, even after the storm flooded the house and knocked out power for six weeks.

“We have a home to come to that it’s not raining in the house, which is something that a lot of people would be like ‘that’s weird,’ but it’s really something to be grateful about,” homeowner Ivie Erhunmwunsee said.

It took 300 volunteers five months to rebuild the home.

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Three generations of the family will live there.