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Make It Right homes and Integrity windows stand up to Hurricane Isaac

In July, we told you about the Make It Right Foundation, a nonprofit organization that’s building safe, sustainable and affordable homes for working class families in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans.

We’re happy to report homes built by Make It Right — which include windows from Integrity — survived Hurricane Isaac. In an area that’s all too familiar with the potential destruction caused by a natural disaster, we’re proud our windows were installed to help keep families safe amid life-threatening conditions.

In the video above, see the Make It Right homes hold their own as winds from Hurricane Isaac reached 130 miles per hour. And don’t forget to visit MakeItRightNOLA.org to see the incredible work being led by actor Brad Pitt and his organization.

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