Habitat for Humanity Re-Store
Discount – Save 10% on everything in the store!
Dollar Discount – A kitchen cabinet set at $1,000 save $150, a Whirlpool Jacuzzi tub at $300, save - $45, power tools $500 – save $75, Brazilian cherry flooring, 200 sq. feet $400 – save $60!
29 Fox Run Road, Newington NH603.firstname.lastname@example.org://www.senhhabitat.org/restore
The Southeast New Hampshire Habitat for Humanity Re-Store offers donated new and reusable building materials. Products offered include kitchen cabinets, appliances, doors, windows, tile, hard wood flooring, light fixtures, as well as many other items to help you complete your home improvement projects. Items are sold at 30% to 80% off retail! Beyond helping to improve your home with quality, re-used materials, your purchases help the Southeast NH Habitat for Humanity build more affordable homes with families in need. A program of Southeast New Hampshire Habitat for Humanity, the ReStore supplies overstocked, discontinued, new and used building materials donated by manufacturers, stores, contractors and individuals. These donated items are sold to the public or used in construction of Habitat houses. Total proceeds from this store benefit SENH Habitat for Humanity’s mission to provide safe, decent, affordable, and energy-efficient housing to hard-working, low-income families within our community. Indeed, Seacoast New Hampshire represents some of the highest – and in many cases the most unaffordable – home prices in the country (behind only California!), a fact which HH and the Re-Store continue to try and mitigate by providing economically, as well as ecologically, dynamic solutions for homeowners.
What makes us green?
- Company provides second hand and donated materials, offering them at incredible prices and emphasizing the importance of re-using in going green.
- Proceeds from store benefit Habitat for Humanity as they seek to provide affordable AND energy efficient homes to low-income families
- Working with Waste Management (WM), serves a battery drop-off center for all used batteries
- Currently bolstering a program by which ReStore volulnteers will dis-assemble a home, using all salvagable materials to either sell in the store or use in future HH projects
- Currently in the process of using entirely natural, non-chemical cleaners for the store floor
- All furniture used in the business is also recycled
In the News
- Web site for recycled building stock starts today
- UNH Wildcats go green: Football fans asked to be eco-friendly
- UNH Professor Furnishes Entire Home for $1,000
- ReStore's Birthday Month Will See It's Shoppers Getting Great October Deals
- ReStore teams up with new 'construction classifieds''
- ReStore stocked up on reused items for your home
- ReStore has big plans
- ReStore finds new home in restored Newington roller rink: All proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity
- Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Restore
- Portsmouth home a Green Alliance stronghold
- New Space Helps ReStore Take in More Donations
- New ReStore a Testament to Green Growth
- Habitat for Humanity Goes Green
- Green Alliance dominates Foster's "Going Green" section
- Fosters Going Green Features Several GA Businesses
- Dover GA Businesses get a visit from Congresswoman Carol Shea Porter
- Congresswoman Carol Shea Porter visit GA's ReStore