Superior Homes, a system – built housing manufacturer, is partnering with Habitat for Humanity –South Dakota to serve families across the state. A combined contribution from Dale Larson and Superior Homes has provided Habitat South Dakota with 30 homes built in the Superior Homes Watertown facility. Thirty low-income families will partner with Habitat South Dakota to purchase the homes as part of Habitat’s mission to create affordable housing.
Superior Homes parent company, Larson Manufacturing and the Larson Family, have a long standing relationship with Habitat for Humanity-South Dakota, serving as a cornerstone partner for many years.
“The Larson family and Larson Manufacturing are very excited to continue our support and expand our partnership with Habitat for Humanity through Superior Homes,” said Jeff Rief, president of Larson Manufacturing. “Investing in the communities of South Dakota alongside Habitat for Humanity is a great way to quickly change the course for a South Dakota family.”
Superior Homes, with more than 55 years of building experience, has built thousands of residential facilities and modular commercial buildings throughout the Midwest and Canada. To learn more about Superior Homes visit www.superiorhomesllc.com.
“With our support, we want to help many families throughout the state realize their dream of homeownership,” said Allen Gordon, Superior Homes President.
About Larson Manufacturing
Larson Manufacturing is family owned and was founded in 1954. It is the largest manufacturer of storm doors and storm windows in the United States. LARSON has manufacturing plants in Brookings, SD; Lake Mills, IA; Clear Lake, IA; and Mocksville, NC. LARSON distributes its products through its own distribution centers and employs a dedicated sales force throughout the United States. For more information visit www.LARSONdoors.com.
Habitat for Humanity-South Dakota is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a global housing ministry that has helped more than 6.8 million people since 1976.