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HOME DESIGN

Sustainable + Authentic

THE HOMES

WE BUILD

At Homes for Homes, it’s important to us that the style of a home meets the cultural expectations of a community. That’s why we use locally-sourced materials for our homes.  We collaborate with local leadership to receive design approval, and each home is inspected at completion to meet our quality standards.  

EVERY HOME OFFERS

KEY FEATURES

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Concrete Floor

Every home starts with a concrete floor, laying the foundation for a healthy and clean environment.

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Solid Roof Surface

A solid roof protects family members from weather elements and eliminates roof leaks.

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Strong Walls

Brick, concrete, or stucco walls built to stand the test of time and provide a legacy of shelter.

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Door & Window Locks

Locking doors and windows allow families to sleep and work in peace without fear.

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Latrines & Bathing

Latrines and bathing stalls spearhead sanitation initiatives to improve community health.

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Rain Water Systems

Rain-catch water systems are installed at the homesite if disability hinders travel to local well.

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Entrance Ramps

Entrance ramps are installed for elderly and families with disabilities to provide accessibility.

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Land Ownership

Local leaders confirm that each family owns the land their home is built on for sustainability.

THE HOMES WE BUILD IN

UGANDA

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Materials Used:

  • locally made clay bricks

  • concrete

  • mortar

  • steel doors & windows

  • sheet metal roofing

  • wooden beams

THE HOMES WE BUILD IN

GUATEMALA & HONDURAS

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Materials Used:

  • concrete

  • wooden beams

  • rebar

  • concrete blocks

  • mortar

  • wooden doors

  • wooden window shutters

  • sheet metal roofing

THE HOMES WE BUILD IN

MEXICO

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Materials Used:

  • concrete

  • wooden beams

  • chicken wire

  • tar paper

  • bailing wire

  • stucco (mixture of concrete & sand)

  • asphalt shingle paper

  • wooden doors

  • glass windows

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