What is the Interfaith Build?

The Interfaith Advisory Council (IAC) brings people together in the effort to connect people of all faiths or no faith at all to work together for good, acknowledging that eradicating poverty is a religious and moral imperative for everyone.

Since its creation in 2016, the Interfaith Advisory Council as gone on to sponsor 3 homes.

Meet the Interfaith Build Future Homeowners, Brent and Vicky H.

“We’re excited to have enough space to have family dinners, have friends and family come over, and be together. We’re ready for some stability and a place that the kids can call home.”

– Brent and Vicky

Read Brent and Vicky’s Story

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  • Phase 1

    Homesite Selection

    Homeowner selects homesite from available Habitat lots. Homeowners are paired with their sponsor.

  • Phase 2

    Groundbreaking

    During the groundbreaking, the foundation is completed and the block work is laid.

  • Phase 3

    Crawl Space and Floor System

    Volunteers install moisture barrier and insulation in crawl space.

    For the floor system, the floor joists are installed, more foam insulation is filled in between joists and band boards, and OSB board is laid for the flooring. Black paper is laid on the two porches to help maintain longevity of the home.

  • Phase 4

    Walls

    Wall Prep: Volunteers build wall components  (king jack studs, California corners, headers, etc.) and lay out 2 x 4 location on the top and bottom plates of each wall.

    Wall Building: Wall components are nailed together on top and bottom plates with 2 x 4s. This is completed for both interior and exterior walls.

    Wall Raising: Volunteers raise, level, and secure the walls. Exterior walls go up first, followed by interior.

    Trusses: OSB boards are laid on first and last trusses to attach siding.

    Help us to raise the walls! Core Crew and Volunteers will be raising the walls on this home on January 26th, 2019 and we need your help! Click here to sign up now.

  • Phase 5

    Internal Mechanics

    Plumbing, electric, insulation, and dry wall are installed.

  • Phase 6

    Doors and Windows

    Volunteers install windows and doors.

  • Phase 7

    Pre-insulation

    Pre-insulation is installed on exterior walls, doors, windows, ceiling, and floors. Baffles are put in to circulate airflow.

  • Phase 8

    Painting

    Volunteers paint the walls and ceiling. Corners and edges are cut out first, then roll the ceilings, and then the walls.

  • Phase 9

    Cabinets and Appliances

    Cabinets and counter tops installed.

    Later, refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, garbage disposal, and washer & dryer are installed.

  • Phase 10

    Trim Work and Flooring

    Trim around windows and doors are completed. Interior doors are also installed. Vinyl and carpet are laid.

  • Phase 11

    Exterior Concrete

    Exterior concrete parking pad and sidewalks are poured.

  • Phase 12

    Yard Prep

    Yard is prepared for grass seed sewing.

  • Phase 13

    Dedication

    Homeowner and community members come together to bless and dedicate the home, complete with a ribbon cutting.