“It costs LESS for nonprofits to own a ZERH than a code-built, low-cost-per-square-foot home.”

– Rick Wertheim, United Way of Long Island

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“Maintenance costs are a heavy burden for low- to moderate-income families as well as for nonprofit housing providers. It costs LESS for nonprofits to own a ZERH than a code-built, low-cost-per-square-foot home due to low to no energy costs and minimal maintenance and upkeep.”

– Rick Wertheim, United Way of Long Island