Englewood Cliffs, NJ – Six skilled carpenters employed by the northeast region’s leading window and door company, Castle Windows, lent their talents assisting the Gloucester County’s Habitat for Humanity. Encouraged by Castle Windows to take part in the build, the carpenters volunteered to help install windows and overall carpentry for the project.

The two-part Habitation Celebration Build was held April 17, 2010. Four of twelve new homes were dedicated to working families in the town of Clayton. After a small ceremony, the men began work on the final phase of Len Blow Court. The Castle Window workers were credited with helping to surpass expectations of what could be accomplished in one day.

Gloucester Mayor Jeff Radio thanked the workers and Castle Windows “for supplying the windows and their installation to the largest Habitat for Humanity project in Gloucester County”.

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