Habitat for Humanity of Pulaski County is proud to have two outlet centers called "The ReStore" which work in conjunction with our affiliate and fund all our overhead expenses. The ReStore staff gladly accept specified donations, sell them to the public and proceeds will provide financial support to Habitat for Humanity of Pulaski County therefore, all monetary donations to go directly to building simple, decent and affordable homes to qualified low-income families in need.
Building supplies, working appliances, home furnishings, light fixtures, doors and windows are the type of items that will be accepted as donations and available for purchase.
Materials sold by Habitat ReStores are typically donated from building supply stores, contractors, demolition crews or from individuals who wish to show their support for Habitat.
In addition to raising funds, our ReStores help the environment by re-channeling good, usable materials into use.
To schedule a pick-up, please call (501) 771-9494.
Building Materials We Accept
Brick and Block: No broken pieces
Cabinets: up-to-date, not badly damaged, wood and metal
Carpet: up-to-date, no stains or odors
Doors: all types, no broken glass or rotten wood
Electrical: usable fixtures, parts and supplies
Hardware: knobs, hinges, locks, nails, cabinet pulls, nuts, bolts, screws, etc.
Lumber: dimensional ~ 4ft or longer; sheets ~ 1/2 or larger, no nails or scraps
Plumbing: usable fixtures, parts and supplies
Roofing: bundled, no scraps
Tile: wall and floor
Tools: hand, garden, working power
Windows: no broken glass
Household Materials We Accept
Appliances: working and clean
Furniture: good, usable condition
Home decor: all types, unbroken
Mattress and box springs: sets only. No rips, stains or odors
Paint: full unopened cans, residential use
We CANNOT accept the following:
***Furniture missing cushions or legs or with stains, rips, pet or smoke odor, pet hair, etc***
Mattress/ box springs with stains, odors, etc
Non-working furniture (recliners that do not operate properly, dressers, etc with non- working drawers)
Particle board furniture (unless in excellent condition)
Water beds or water bed frame
Desks (driver discretion)
Non-working appliances or over 10 years old (we can accept for scrap if brought to us)
Dishwashers over 5 years old (must be push button, no knobs)
Misc/ Household Items:
Blinds, window treatments, curtains, curtain rods
Christmas (only October through December) or seasonal items
Children’s items (highchairs, cribs, car seat, etc due to recalls)
Textbooks and encyclopedias
Pianos or organs
Liquids (cleaners, lawn care, bug killers, etc)
Computers, printers, copiers, fax machines, etc
Console stereos or TVs (or not having A/V hookups); TVs larger than 42 inch
Non-working small or large electronics
Vanity top without matching cabinet or counter top with hole cut out
Cabinets missing doors or drawers
Single pane windows or windows with rotten wood (storm windows ok)
Doors with holes or rotten wood
Sliding glass doors
Incomplete toilets (must have bowl, tank, and lid), all without any cracks
Cast-iron bathtubs and sinks (unless brought to us)
Lumber less than 4 ft or half sheet, or with nails or screws
Carpet less than 8x8 or with stains or odors
Loose tile (not boxed) or used tile
Paint less than ¾ full, rusted cans/lids, been frozen, or commercial or oil based
Unframed mirrors or glass
Commercial fixtures (doors, toilets, sinks, etc)
Siding (unless enough to do small building)
Habitat ReStore employees are given discretion for accepting or declining donations based on condition and our current needs.
For a complete list of items we do not accept, click here.
Want to know more about what ReStores do for the community? Watch this short video to find out more: