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Women in Home Building

Women in Home Building
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Fourth-generation builder Heather Laminack of Ferrier Builders in Fort Worth, TX focuses on building sustainable, affordable homes.She grew up learning about sustainability and energy efficiency, and as general manager for Ferrier, Laminack is able to inform customers about self-sufficient homes.

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