Rebuilding Together

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"They’ve restored my faith in humanity."

"They’ve restored my faith in humanity.

Hearts Rebuilding Homes campaign spreads love to low-income homeowners: Rebuilding Together Tulsa is using Valentine's Day to raise money to help more Tulsans with house repairs.

Hearts Rebuilding Homes campaign spreads love to low-income homeowners: Rebuilding Together Tulsa is using Valentine's Day to raise money to help more Tulsans with house repairs.

Lowe's on Twitter: "#LowesFixinSix: In a pinch for power? Use AAA's + aluminum foil as a temporary substitute for AA's. http://t.co/0mVe0IJZWB"

Lowe's on Twitter: "#LowesFixinSix: In a pinch for power? Use AAA's + aluminum foil as a temporary substitute for AA's. http://t.co/0mVe0IJZWB"

My 5 Big Takeaways from the International Builder's Show

My 5 big takeaways from the 2015 Builders Show in Las Vegas, including the Design & Construction Week Concept Kitchen, education sessions and more.

The 3 Ws of Mold | Why should you worry about mold? Click to learn more!

For instance, if the mold problem occurred in a basement, the company may treat the entire basement rather than just the affected wall.

“RTD2 Blog” – This blog is all about trying to help you. We want to be a resource for you when it comes to your home. We have a lot of resources to help you answer your questions. Our staff, Board of Directors, and skilled contacts are very knowledgeable and will try to help answer your questions. The blog will be posted twice a month and will try to incorporate your questions. Please don’t forget to ask us those questions about your home!

Rebuilding Together Dayton is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization that assists low-income Dayton homeowners, particularly the elderly, to live in warmth, safety and independence by building.

“RTD2 Blog” – This blog is all about trying to help you. We want to be a resource for you when it comes to your home. We have a lot of resources to help you answer your questions. Our staff, Board of Directors, and skilled contacts are very knowledgeable and will try to help answer your questions. The blog will be posted twice a month and will try to incorporate your questions. Please don’t forget to ask us those questions about your home!

Rebuilding Together Dayton is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization that assists low-income Dayton homeowners, particularly the elderly, to live in warmth, safety and independence by building.