Ready to make a donation?
- It is important for you to note that the ReStore reserves the right to take or leave an item as we have the ultimate say in what we will accept or not accept.
- In order for the ReStore to accept an item, your donation must be prepared, which means it must be clean, the item cannot be broken or damaged, and (depending on the item) it might be best to assemble it before donating.
- We require detailed photos of your items, especially furniture or other house items.
- Please note that our Pick Up Service is Curbside Only. All items will need to be gathered and located either curbside (i.e. outside) or in a garage/ common area /entranceway prior to your scheduled Pick Up time.
What We Accept
Our Habitat ReStores accept donations of new and used home furniture and décor, other home items, kitchen and bath fixtures and other renovation items. As well as donations of overstocked, seconds, used, discontinued items and salvageable household and home improvement building materials from manufactures, stores, and contractors.
- Light Fixtures (Indoor and outdoor)
- Plumbing fixtures and accessories
- Furniture and Décor (Household and outdoor, limited commercial)
- Bathtubs (no jet tubs), sinks, new toilets, new shower doors
- Electrical fixtures and accessories
- Cabinets – kitchen, bathroom medicine and storage
- Flooring: New tile, hardwood, vinyl, laminate flooring, or carpet (minimum 50 sq ft)
- Siding and insulation
- Lumber (no nails or screws) minimum 4 feet
- Doors and Frames (Residential and commercial)
- Windows up to 6 ft x 6 ft (Residential and commercial) windows must have a PVC frame – no loose glass or sealed units with no frame.
- Moldings (no nails)
- Plywood, MDF, Fiberboard, Drywall
What We Do Not Accept
Donated items must be in good working condition. Please keep in mind that our ReStores will not take anything that is damaged, broken, excessively stained or dirty, and anything that is mildewed, moldy or water damaged.
- Major appliances (fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryers, and freezers)
- Air conditioning units, furnaces, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, and water heaters
- Used toilets and jet tubs
- Used smoke, carbon monoxide, and gas detectors
- Firearms, ammunition, and explosives
- Used drapes, blinds, and carpets
- Furniture covered in animal hair or furniture that is soiled or dirty
- Used mattresses
- Broken, ripped, or stained furniture
- Tires and automotive parts
- Used fuel containers and propane tanks
- Chemicals, dangerous goods, hazardous waste, and paint
- Medical equipment
- Halogen lights, fixtures, and bulbs
- Loose glass or mirrors (not framed)