Community Rebuilds is in the middle of its fourth build in Moab. It plans to build its first home in Durango, Colo., early next year.
The home Morlock and Boxrud live in was the third built by Community Rebuilds since 2010. The couple moved in two months ago and say they've cut their power bill by 80 percent, thanks to the way the home is constructed.
"We never dreamed that we'd have something of this quality this soon," Morlock said. "This just gives us a great head start on the rest of our life."
Seeing the couple move into a "new, clean, extremely efficient dwelling" is "very rewarding" for the construction crew, Plourde said.
"I come to work every day and love the work that I do," he said.
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