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Recently, a well-deserving family moved into their new home which was built using TF Forming Systems, VerticalForm ICF system. What’s special about this home is that it is a Habitat for Humanity home. At TF we are proud to partner with Habitat for Humanity's across the country helping owners get into a home that’s built to last.
Our system is the only ICF system on the market able to utilize the donated Dow insulation boards for Habitat for Humanity.
At our last training session, we had several Habitat for Humanity Reps on hand and one of the comments that still sticks with me today is that the goal of Habitat is to be a “Hand-up not just a Hand-out.” By keeping these family’s utility bills lower than the average home utility bill, they can make ends meet for their family giving them pride in all that they are accomplishing. Congratulations to this wonderful family.
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3030C Holmgren Way
Green Bay, WI 54304