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Habitat for Humanity volunteer Mandy Williams helps build a wall as she learns basic construction skills from Jim Handley at a training session for an upcoming all-female build. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal

Rows of marble and porcelain sinks were lined up, polished and ready to be bought and installed in a new home.

Cabinets ranging from deep cherry wood to light tan were stacked off to the side of the Franklin warehouse. Silver- and gold-colored faucets, light fixtures and other hardware were piled in other areas.

Contractors, homeowners and other donors have been dropping off the items for months. For the time being, the items are being stored in Habitat for Humanity of Johnson County’s operating center.

But before the end of the year, each will be available to people looking for a cheap upgrade or remodel to their homes.


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