Repurposed building materials, furniture, appliances, household items, and more!

Our donation dock is located behind the ReStore (on the west side of our building). Simply drive up with your items, and one of our employees or volunteers will help to unload.

 PLEASE do not drop donations outside of donation hours.

Items we accept:

  • Appliances
  • Architectural items
  • Bathroom fittings and fixtures
  • Cabinets and countertops
  • Doors, lighting, and lumber
  • Electrical items
  • Flooring materials
  • Furniture (in good condition)

  • Hardware and tools
  • Lawn and garden
  • Plumbing supplies
  • Roofing materials
  • Wallboard/sheetrock
  • Windows
  • Framed mirrors and glass

Things we are UNABLE to accept:

  • Mattresses
  • Sofa Beds
  • Cribs/High chairs/strollers/car seats
  • Paint
  • Chemicals
  • Fluorescent bulbs
  • Fluorescent fixtures (unless new)
  • Clothing
  • Kitchenware & Small Appliances
  • Electronics (all)
  • Office Desks/Credenzas/Work Stations
  • Ceiling Fans (unless new)

  • Used carpet
  • Entertainment Centers
  • Fire Safes
  • Fire Place Inserts
  • Cast Iron Sinks & Bathtubs (used)
  • Jetted/Spa tubs (used)
  • Curtains/Curtain Rods
  • Metal blinds & Vertical blinds (all)
  • No loose hardware/tools
  • No rusty/damaged hardware/tools

Please consider donating these types of items to alternate organizations.


The ReStore is very dedicated to the safety of our employees and the community.  By working together we can protect everyone from further spread of the virus.

We recommend the following according to CDC guidelines:

  • Wear a face mask while in the store.
  • Maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet.

We are committed to the following:

  • All donated items will be quarantined and cleaned before being placed on our sales floor.
  • Hand sanitizer will be made available at various locations throughout the store.
  • All carts are sanitized after each use.
  • Providing a safe environment for our customers to shop in.

Restore history

In September 1992, the first Habitat for Humanity ReStore in the U.S. opened its doors in Austin, Texas. At that time, the Habitat ReStores were known to sell building materials only. Today, with approximately 500 stores strong in 3 countries and growing, the Habitat ReStores sell everything from household items to furniture to building materials.

Restore History