Habitat for Humanity’s High Demand Electrical Gift-In-Kind Product

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Electrical products are in high demand and are a great expense to every Habitat when building their homes. Habitat for Humanity are trying to build 300 Habitat homes will be built across Canada this year. Below are the high demand products that can be donated by EFC members that will go directly into a Habitat home.

Product Quantity
Loadcentres 200
Circuit Breakers 8000
Acr fault circuit interrupters 1000
Switches & Plates 9000
Receptacles 9000
Electrical Boxes 3000
LED Light Bulbs 7500
Light Fixtures 3000
Wiring (12/2, 14/2, 14/3. etc) 940,000 ft

 

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