INDIANAPOLIS — Two Indianapolis families on the city’s near west side got new roofs Tuesday thanks to a Habitat for Humanity project.
Volunteers showed up at the houses early Tuesday morning to install shingles on the homes on. It was a part of an annual partnership between Cochran Exteriors and Habitat for Humanity.
“It’s really great, you know, to get together with everyone in the office, have a day where we’re helping the community, and that’s really what it’s all about.” Ross Cochran, owner of Cochran Exteriors said.
While the volunteers could choose three-hour shifts to work on the project, some chose to stay there all day in the heat to get the work done.