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Habitat for Humanity's U.S. and international affiliates build durable, healthy and sustainable houses at the lowest possible cost.

What is sustainable building?   Sustainable―or “green”―building means designing and constructing houses that are efficient and durable, that use less resources, are healthy to live in and are affordable.  Habitat builds sustainable homes using construction standards that focus on water and energy efficiency, safety and health, and materials conservation.

Why build sustainably?   We build sustainably to take better care of our environment, our homeowners, and our volunteers. Our goals are to reduce the home’s monthly and life cycle costs and increase efficiency and durability while providing healthy environments.

How is Habitat building sustainably?  Habitat works in concert with many partners to continually improve the quality of our homes and the building process.  We find green building techniques and materials that are comparable in price to traditional counterparts.  We continually seek new ideas and educate the volunteers that work on each build site.

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House on Shady Residential Street

760 N. Aspen Street Project Statistics as of December 1, 2023

  • Number of Volunteers

    37

  • Volunteer Hours

    7702

  • Dollars Raised

    $97,200

  • Still Needed to Raise

    $27,800

  • Path Foundation
  • MLH Foundation
  • REC
  • Peak
  • Vulcan
  • Potters Potties
  • United Bank
  • Fulton Morgage
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