From the carpet to the chandeliers.. it's all brand new.
"They said they was going to build back. But, I mean, it, we didn't think it would be like this. We just thought they'd repair what they had," says resident Elva Townsend.
Moore's Funeral Home was destroyed after the April 27th tornadoes.
There was nothing left of the chapel.. The building was in ruins.
"Just kind of shocked to come by and see the damage," says Larry Moore, Owner of Moore Funeral Home.
The tornadoes rocked Trenton that day, killing two people.
"When I topped the hill at 1:36 I could the devastation of the entire area," employee Evan Stone.
But, nothing was going to stop Moore Funeral home from serving the community.
Moore says, "The night of the storm we said we would rebuild."
"The first week after the tornado, Larry and the funeral home actually had 7 funerals and operated with the help of area churches and really never stopped operating," says Stone.
There's still some minor work to do here outside of Moore Funeral Home in Dade County. But residents it shows a sign of progress in the community after last years tornadoes.
Resident Jimmy Townsend says, "It was slowly getting it's groove. And today it looks like it's got it."
15 months later signs of the tornadoes are still noticeable in the area surrounding the funeral home.
But inside these doors.. You would never know what happened.
"It's state of the art, it's brand new. It's going to be a great addition to the community for generations really," explains Stone.
In a building built to last another 67 years.