Work continues on the Habitat Veterans Build. Siding is nearly completed. Septic is complete. Windows and exterior doors have been installed. The electrician has completed rough work and passed inspection. The plumber probably will not be there until January. The basement slab has also been completed. The stairs should be installed in two weeks.
We expect to be ready for sheet rocking mid-January. We have a professional painter who has offered to work with us, training our painting volunteers, so we will be able to use outside groups for this, probably beginning late January.
The schedule calls for completion of this simple, decent home sometime in the first three months of 2018. When completed, the home will be the fifteenth home built by Warren County Habitat for Humanity since its inception in 1999.
What is the Habitat Veterans Build?
The parcel of land for the current Habitat home was donated with the hope that it would be used to house the family of a veteran. Bob and Heather and their two children have agreed to be the Partner Family for this project. Heather’s service in the Army National Guard was key to the selection of this Partner Family. The project is part of the Habitat for Humanity Veterans Build Initiative. This program was created to honor our veterans. It has the full support of Habitat for Humanity International and its national Veterans Build Initiative corporate partners.
You can help!
If you would like to help on the build site, or to donate money for the home, please see the links below. If you have other questions, please call our office on (908) 835-1300.