Central Delaware Habitat pushes forward through high construction prices

By Mike Finney
Posted 7/19/21

DOVER — Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity and its group of 13 volunteer heroes have been able to weather the COVID-19 storm since March 2020.

But now, CDHFH — like all other builders in Delaware — is struggling with markedly higher lumber, real estate and other construction costs, as the heat begins to rise.

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