Greater Jackson Habitat for Humanity has Abundance of Blown in Cellulose Insulation Available- Jackson

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September 4, 2013 all-day
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Weekly on Mon, Wed, Fri for 4 occurrences
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Jackson, MI- Greater Jackson Habitat for Humanity (GJHFH) has been gifted a home that is being deconstructed and salvaged for community.  This home is a beautiful, nicely built home with many valuable items to purchase.  Greater Jackson Habitat for Humanity has blown in insulation for a 2,000 sqft home at 25 inches thick.  GJHFH is selling it by the bag full and has hundreds of bags available for the community at $5.00 per bag.

 

“What an incredible value and item for the community.  Everyone could use extra insulation,” says Leanne Prout, Public Relations Coordinator.  “This insulation is very nice and with so much of it, someone’s entire house could be helped,” says Construction Manager, Dave Behnke.

 

If interested please call 517-784-6620 or stop in the ReStore and inquire.

 

Since 1989, GJHFH has been dedicated to the elimination of substandard and poverty housing in the community. GJHFH works in partnership with local families, religious organizations, businesses and other not-for-profit organizations to provide the resources to build simple, decent and affordable homes.

 

For more information about how you can get involved with the Greater Jackson Habitat for Humanity, please visit www.jacksonhabitat.org .

 

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