ReStore Home Improvement Stores

ReStore Habitat for Humanity home improvement storesIf you are planning a home improvement project in the near future, here id a huge money saving tip you may be able to utilize. Even with the ever expanding reach of large discount home improvement stores over the last decade, repairing and fixing a home is still an expensive proposition. If you don’t think you have the money to make a needed repair or improvement, you might be able to afford it by going to a ReStore.

ReStores are stores that are run by Habitat For Humanity and are stocked with excess supplies from the houses they have built and from donations gathered from local businesses. You can kind of think of them as a home improvement supply Good Will store.

Since they don’

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7 Responses to ReStore Home Improvement Stores

  1. Jan says:

    I love the these resell stores. My local one also has an inside area where they sell yardsale type items ,so there is something there for everyone.
    Items I saw recently saw were,garden tubs $100.00,complete kitchen set cabinets appliance everything for a VERY large kitchen $1,000.00 I still can’t believe that one . the appliance were all under 2 years old….WOW that is my last wqord about the resell stores……JAN in NC

  2. kraagenskul says:

    Of course, my state and the state that is one town over from me doesn’t appear on the list… dangnabit. Actually, 4 New England states are missing. When you consider there are 42 of 50 states on the list, that’s pretty pathetic on our part. Krgnskl in MA

  3. 2million says:

    I went to the local HforH ReUse store several times when I was doing a complete bathroom remodel project last year, but unfortuntely never found anything worth buying for my project. I can definitely see potential though if you are there at the right time.

    I think next time I would start going well before I actually started doing anything and see if I stumbled across anything that would fit in my project. It is much easier to wait and see what shows up when what you need isn’t holding up your project schedule.

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  5. Tazzee says:

    Found your sight from Punny Money’s carnival. This is a great idea and right on time for me since I just moved into a new (to me) home and was going to purchase some supplies this weekend. HFH is one of my favorite charities and I plan to purchase all that I can from the ReStore in my area.

    Thanks!

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  7. amanj shkur says:

    i want to get more discount for army member live in kansascity,mo
    i want to do some job in my house , please respond me as soon as

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