The Kapudi family raised walls last July for their Habitat for Humanity house alongside workers from their home-buyer sponsor, Taziki’s, including local franchise owner Mike Scanlon, second from left. The walls were built with 2-by-6 studs to create more space for insulation, which helps homeowners control energy costs. Habitat for Humanity is exploring using solar panels as another way to keep energy costs down.
The Kapudi family raised walls last July for their Habitat for Humanity house alongside workers from their home-buyer sponsor, Taziki’s, including local franchise owner Mike Scanlon, second from left. The walls were built with 2-by-6 studs to create more space for insulation, which helps homeowners control energy costs. Habitat for Humanity is exploring using solar panels as another way to keep energy costs down. Mark Reynolds
The Kapudi family raised walls last July for their Habitat for Humanity house alongside workers from their home-buyer sponsor, Taziki’s, including local franchise owner Mike Scanlon, second from left. The walls were built with 2-by-6 studs to create more space for insulation, which helps homeowners control energy costs. Habitat for Humanity is exploring using solar panels as another way to keep energy costs down. Mark Reynolds

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