Noble Classic Homes in Argyle recently partnered with Habitat for Humanity of North Collin County in the 2012 Homebuilder’s Blitz in McKinney, a nationwide partnership between Habitat for Humanity affiliates and the local building community.
“When asked if we would like to participate and build one of the homes in this area, Kim Isakson, our Director of Construction, quickly answered yes,” said Mandy Miller of Noble Classic Homes.
Isakson’s parents, Linda and Millard Fuller, were the original founders of Habitat for Humanity and it is a cause dear to her heart.
“Learning the importance of having a home for a family, seeing that my whole life and growing up with that made a huge impact on me,” Isakson said. “I think that’s why I’m in construction today.”
Noble Classic Homes built the home that now belongs to Greshaun Perkins and her son and daughter. Greshaun and her children also devoted many hours of “sweat equity” to the project.
“It’s also going to mean a new start for my children and I,” Perkins said.
Noble Classic Homes would also like to thank the many vendors who gave of their time, talents, and materials to help make this project work.
With their help, the Perkins family now has a new home and a fresh new start.
To see more of the Builders Blitz 2012 and those who participated, visit www.nobleclassichomes.com/buildersblitz.aspx.
To learn more about Habitat for Humanity and ways you can volunteer or donate, visit www.habitatforhumanity.org.
The homebuilder added that this Bible verse sums it all up: “For no one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ.” 1 Corinthians 3:11