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Re-Opening Plan

As of May 20, all five area ReStores are back open to the public with health and safety precautions. All shoppers and staff must wear a mask and maintain social distancing. The number of customers permitted at one time in the stores will be limited as per Department of Health guidelines. Additional cleaning protocols have been implemented. We ask that the first hour of business (9 – 10 am) be reserved for the elderly and those in high-risk health categories. Volunteers will not be working in the stores at this time.

Donations of gently new and used building materials, home goods, furniture, and working appliances will be during open store hours. Donation pick-ups will resume the week of May 18 for large items that cannot be easily dropped off at a store location. We look forward to your continued support of Habitat for Humanity and hope that you will support us in keeping our ReStore operations safe for donors, customers, and employees. Thank you for your patience!


Acceptable Items to Donate

  • Appliances – good working condition, not needing any repair (no dishwashers or hot water heaters built before 2013 due to change in EPA lead level regulations)
  • Architectural items – good condition, columns, antique windows, mantels, porch post, interior railings, stain glass
  • Bed frames & headboards
  • Books – clean, intact, no mold or odors (no text books)
  • Cabinets/Countertops/Vanity tops - clean and unscratched
  • CDs, DVDs, Records, Blu-ray 
  • Ceiling fans with mounting hardware
  • Doors – exterior and interior
  • Electrical – residential wire, plugs, plates
  • Fiberglass bathtub/stall
  • Flooring – carpets, padding, area rugs w/no visible wear, stains or odors. New vinyl tile and new ceramic tile. Unblemished hardwood.
  • Furniture – good condition, free of rips/tears, permanent stains, odor, excessive wear/tear and pet damage
  • Hardware – for doors, cabinets in working condition, free of rust
  • Housewares – baskets, knick knacks, silk plants, decorative plates, silverware, glasses, framed pictures, framed mirrors, lamps, etc.
  • Insulation – new only (in bundles, unopened)
  • Lighting – all parts included
  • Lumber – plywood – full to ¼ sheets, milled lumber – 4’+ lengths, trim – 4’+ lengths, siding – full lengths
  • Masonry – cinderblock, stone & brick – drop off on pallet only
  • Plumbing Fixtures – new or clean used sinks, bathtubs, toilets in good condition with no chips or stains
  • Pipe: PVC/metal/copper
  • Printers, stereos, DVD players, phones (no TVs)
  • Records, CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray
  • Recycling – metal, used and broken electronics of any kind except TV’s
  • Roofing materials – shingles (whole bundles), rolls of roofing materials, new roofing and gutter materials with no damage
  • Sheet Rock (drywall) - 4’ lengths and up, conditions must be that 4’ of sheet rock is salvageable, 8’ length and up accepted
  • Tools – hand or power tools
  • Vents – floor, ceiling, return clean and in good condition
  • Windows – double pane only (no single pane) pre-inspected and free of rot with glass intact; no cracks of fogging in glass

Unacceptable Items to Donate

  • Baby Items or toys
  • Blinds, Drapes, Window treatments
  • Chemicals – paint thinner, pesticides, fertilizers, and other toxic, hazardous chemicals
  • Clothing
  • Computer monitors
  • Entertainment centers
  • Gym and exercise equipment
  • Mattresses & box springs if they are worn or have stains or odors 
  • Paint (no new or used or opened paint)
  • TVs
  • Unframed glass or mirrors
  • Used glass shower doors
  • Used metal office desks, used wood desks over 48″, and office partitions/cubicle
  • Used paint 
  • Water beds or hot tubs
Note: The ReStore has the right to refuse any donation for any reason. Thank you for helping us to help others!

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