ReStore manager hauls plywood at a Habitat for Humanity home build Contractors

Calling All Contractors!

Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg is seeking skilled licensed and insured contractors for the following trades.
This is a request for paid or discounted services; however, in-kind services are appreciated.
  • Surveying
  • Tree Removal/Lot Clearing
  • Foundation/Concrete
  • Masonry/Block work
  • Roofing
  • Electrical
    • must follow Earthcraft standards
  • Mechanical
    • must follow Earthcraft standards
  • Plumbing
    • must follow Earthcraft standards
  • Insulation
    • must follow Earthcraft standards
  • Flooring
  • Pest Control
  • Landscaping​ Material
  • Drywall
  • General Home Repairs

For information about bidding or donating trades work for new build or rehab projects, contact latoya@habitatpgw.org. You must be licensed to work in the areas we serve, with proof of liability and worker’s comp insurance.

Section 3 is a provision of the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Act of 1968 that helps foster economic development, neighborhood improvement, and individual self-sufficiency. As a qualified Section 3 contractor or a minority and/or woman-owned business, you may receive priority consideration when bidding on government-funded contracts.


Would you like to donate labor or materials for our builds? Have left over material you’d like to donate to the ReStore?


Build Donations

Contact LaToya Tyler
757-913-5649 or latoya@habitatpgw.org


ReStore donations

Contact the Donation Hotline
757-596-5553 x1 or tiffany@habitatpgw.org

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We help as many families as we can, but the lack of decent and affordable housing remains a critical problem in our area. By donating, you will provide upfront funding for building materials and services that makes interest-free loans to Habitat partner families possible. Habitat partner families help to build their own homes - alongside volunteers - and pay an affordable mortgage. Your monetary donations enable us to continue building strength, stability and independence for future local families.