Sussex County Habitat for Humanity Partners with Accessible Homebuilders and 36 Subcontractors


Scott Lanham of Accessible Homebuilders is sponsoring an upcoming Sussex County Habitat house build. Scott is donating the time and resources of his company to build this house and he has asked his network of contractors and vendors to do the same.

Scott’s goal is to have all parts of the house donated.

The build will start Saturday, April 10 with a site blessing at 8:30 a.m. Located on Church Road in Seaford (near Concord Village), 36 subcontractors and Accessible Homebuilders will construct the home on this site working through June 31.

The Church Road land was donated to Sussex County Habitat for Humanity by Anna and Donald Ward.

The project contributors are:

84 Lumber Company
All In The Family Heat and Air,
Aqua Flow,
Atlantic Concrete,
B&L Outten Enterprises, Inc.,
Charles C. Givens Masonry, Inc.,
Chesapeake Engineered Wood,
Dawn’s Kleaning Service,
Dover Electric Supply Company,
Energy Services Group, Inc.,
Home Design Plus, Inc.,
Hurlock Insulation,
Joseph Morgan & Sons,
Lindale’s Backhoe Service,
Milford Gutter Guys,
MP Contract Flooring,
National Concrete,
NFA Construction, Inc.,
Pierson’s Comfort Group,
Quality Roofing,
Ray-K-J Electric,
Reico Distributors,
Rice’s, Inc.,
Sharp Energy,
Shore Distributors,
Silverline Windows,
Superior Drywall,
Sussex Printing Corporation,
T.E. Espenlaub, Sr., Inc.,
T.L. Hill Services Unlimited,
The Marble Works,
Tom’s Cabinet Shop,
Venables Construction,
Willey & Co.,

If you wish to specifically donate to this project, please write “Accessible Home Builders Build” on your check or go to @link href=’’target=”_blank”> and click on the DONATE button and put Accessible Homebuilders in the note line.

SCHFH is an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. The mission of Sussex County Habitat for Humanity is to build simple, decent, and affordable houses in partnership with low-income families in Sussex County. Since 1991, through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, the Georgetown based affiliate has built 48 homes in Sussex County. Seventy adults and 127 children live in Habitat homes.