Barbara Stokes and Green Structure Homes of Alabama are accelerating the good work done by Habitat for Humanity in Madison County. The Huntsville-based nonprofit organization has been erecting homes for needy families for over 31 years. They have housed over 272 different families by building 203 new homes. They have also refurbished 65 other homes to promote affordable housing in Madison County. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.
Green Structure Homes of Alabama is a disaster relief contractor. They have donated a significant portion of their building materials inventory to Habitat for Humanity in Madison County. The drywall and hardie fascia board will go a long way in helping Habitat for Humanity build new homes across Madison County. These new homes should make housing in the area more affordable in general. The new homes will also help alleviate a growing homeless problem in the area.
Habitat for Humanity in Madison County plans to build eight new homes in 2018 alone using the $50,000 worth of donated materials. The drywall and hardie fascia board helps to insulate homes and also helps to prevent water damage. Both of these things are incredibly important in Alabama with high humidity, heat and plentiful rains.
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Drywall and hardie fascia board is incredibly costly to Habitat for Humanity. Unfortunately, some of these costs have to be passed on to the people in need. Habitat for Humanity offers these people know-interest mortgages in order to cover the low cost of constructing the new home. This donation means that the cost of Habitat for Humanities housing will drop even lower.
But Barbara Stokes and Green Structure Homes has saved Habitat for Humanity even more money. Under her orders, GSH has delivered this material to the Habitat for Humanity facility in Huntsville, Alabama. This saves the nonprofit organization from delivery costs which will then save families in need on their no-interest mortgage.
Barbara Stokes and GSH have been helping people in the Gulf area for quite a long time. They received a $26 million contract from FEMA after Hurricane Harvey. They use drywall and hardie fascia board to construct energy-efficient and safe new homes for disaster victims. Learn more about Barbara Stokes at Crunchbase.
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