A remodeling sign sits in a yard outside a home damaged by floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey, in Houston. Victims of Hurricane Harvey, desperate to rebuild their homes and lives, are facing the harsh reality that it may take months for an overwhelmed construction industry to address their needs.
A remodeling sign sits in a yard outside a home damaged by floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey, in Houston. Victims of Hurricane Harvey, desperate to rebuild their homes and lives, are facing the harsh reality that it may take months for an overwhelmed construction industry to address their needs. David J. Phillip AP
A remodeling sign sits in a yard outside a home damaged by floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey, in Houston. Victims of Hurricane Harvey, desperate to rebuild their homes and lives, are facing the harsh reality that it may take months for an overwhelmed construction industry to address their needs. David J. Phillip AP

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