ON THE MOVE | Harford Tech students build home for Aberdeen family
ABERDEEN, Md. (WBFF) - Habitat for Humanity is known for building houses for needy families throughout the region.
On Monday, students at a Bel Air high school partnered with Habitat for Humanity-Susquehanna to bring a lucky homebuyer in Aberdeen a new house - literally.
Two flatbed trucks brought the modular home to its final place in Aberdeen, where it will be completed by students from Harford Technical High School.
It's the eighth "Habi-Tech" home built by the students.
They spent two years making the house using "green" building techniques, with energy-saving features.
And the team isn't resting for long.
The Harford Cobras will start construction on their next "Habi-Tech" house Tuesday.