We want to thank Matt Gurnery of the National Post for this wonderful feature on Modular Home Additions this week! We are honoured!
“Modularization….is a different process. The components are still made rapidly inside large facilities (like the one I arrived at unannounced), with machine precision and in climate controlled environments, with all the attendant advantages of speed, quality and cost effectiveness. Waste is minimized, energy saved, and safety enhanced” To read the full article, please click here !
Thank you again to Matt Guerny!
Yesterday’s event was nothing less than a touching and memorable way to set the course for Spring and the upcoming warmer months. The Costa family, in our pro-bono project for building this wonderful family a new home, greeted Modular Home Additions with high gratitude and appreciation.
In partnership with Habitat for Humanity Greater Toronto Area (HFH DTA), we have marked the beginning of constructing its largest home to date. A family of 14 that previously lived in a five-bedroom home with only one washroom, now eager and relieved to finally reside into a new beautiful house of 8-bedrooms within their budget.
Jose and Tanya Costa, with their 12 children, each wore hats with the Modular Home Additions logo proudly as Habitat GTA welcomed them while announcing all the wonderful new features their home and community will hold. Media also gathered for the event to celebrate the wonderful occassion!
Now more so than before, we look forward to building this new home for this touching family. After seeing at face value how wide-eyed, eager, and blissfully happy each of the 14 family members were as they absorbed the skeletal view of the house, leaving to their imagination as to what the final product will look like, we are confident to making their dreams turn into their reality!
Modular Home Additions And Habitat For Humanity Launch Special Partnership With Celebratory Wall Raising
The time has come! As winter begins to say goodbye, it is the time for new beginnings. Tomorrow, we will be onsite of the Runnymede Habitat for Humanity Project of which we are so proud to be apart of, for a celebratory wall-raising event!
Since Jose and Tanya Costa immigrated to Canada, the two have worked tirelessly to provide for their 12 children. For a family of 14, they have struggled to find a place within their budget that would house the entire family. We are happy to come together with Habitat for Humanity to help build this wonderful family a new home.
Tomorrow we will be celebrating the commencement of this special project with a celebratory wall raising event! Details below! We hope you can join us
What : Celebratory wall-raising event
Who: Habitat for Humanity GTA, Modular Homes, and the Costa Family.
When: April 23, 2014, 10:00am
Where: 828 Runnymede (Jane St. and St. Clair Avenue West)