Habitat for Humanity’s South Houston ReStore partners home improvement with environmentalism and charity
There’s nothing like getting a bargain. Combine this with helping out those less-fortunate and the environment and you have discovered the concept behind Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore resale outlets. The Bay Area’s closest ReStore is located at 6161 South Loop East.
Here you’ll find an abundance of home improvement and home décor items in a Home Depot-meets-Salvation Army-type atmosphere.
ReStore provides shoppers with building materials that are both new and used. Some come from individual donations, while others are the result of liquidated and overstocked building materials. Whatever the source, items are discounted up to 60% and a portion of each purchase goes directly toward helping local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities. In addition,
ReStore provides an environmentally and socially responsible way to keep good, reusable materials out of the waste stream while providing funding for community improvement work.
The ReStore is no flea market. They accept only new or gently used home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, flooring, cabinets, sinks, building materials, appliances and much more. Every item is inspected to ensure that it is in usable condition, so rest assured that a visit to ReStore won’t involve digging through a lot of junk.
ReStore operates primarily on donations, so their inventory changes frequently and new merchandise is always coming through their doors. Don’t hesitate when you see something you like. Buy it right then and there because chances are it will be gone tomorrow. The constantly shifting inventory is also a great reason for you to visit the store often.
You never know what sort of bargains you’ll uncover!
Habitat for Humanity ReStore
6161 South Loop East
Houston, TX 77087-101
9am - 6pm Monday - Friday
9am - 5pm Saturday
Want more information about Restore? Visit their website at www.houstonhabitat.org/restore/index.php. Here you’ll find plenty of good information, including pictures of current inventory.