STRUTHERS, Ohio (WYTV) – Groundbreaking is happening Friday in Struthers for the latest Habitat for Humanity house.
A typical build usually takes six months, but this one should be done much sooner, because the Habitat Road Trip Crazies are coming to the Valley. They’re a group that travels to different affiliates and builds the entire outside of the house in two days.
Every Habitat house is built by volunteers. This particular house will be built on Ridgeway St. in Struthers.
“All of our volunteers do dry wall, insulation, we also do laminate flooring and cabinet installation,” Monica Craven of Habitat for Humanity said. “So depending on what week you come, you can learn just about anything you need to know for your own house.”
If you would like to be a volunteer, you can sign up online.