Friday, November 12, 2010

NFRC Raises over $500 for Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco

NFRC continued its tradition of raising funds for local charities by accepting donations for customized lapel pins during its Fall Membership Meeting, and will contribute $525 to Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco.

To date, NFRC has contributed over $3000 to local charities concerned with providing affordable homes.

According to its Website, Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco partners with working families and the community to build affordable ownership homes in Marin, San Francisco, and the Peninsula. This year the organization is celebrating its 20th anniversary and launching a new campaign to build 100 homes in five years.

NFRC and Habitat for Humanity – A Perfect Fit

Habitat Greater San Francisco uses Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) windows and doors, with integral flashing, glazing, and accessories as required for complete weather tight installation.

The entire assembly of Habitat GSF windows is certified by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC), recognizing that energy efficiency is not only important to the environment, but to improve the health, safety, and cost to our Habitat partner families as well.

Based on best practices in place, Habitat GSF constructed homes are already shoulders above the standard home based on energy efficiency and effective construction practices.

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