Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Habitat ReStore?
The Habitat ReStore is a building materials reuse and surplus center. It opened its doors in 2003, and was the first of its kind in Minnesota. Overstocked, discontinued or slightly damaged items as well as used materials and equipment are donated for resale to the public.
What does the ReStore sell?
Cabinets, plumbing fixtures, electrical supplies, windows, hardware, doors, roofing, tools, flooring, any product involved in building a home as well as furniture of all kinds.
Who can shop at the ReStore?
Anyone! The ReStore is open to the general public and contractors. Learn more about shopping at the ReStore.
How are materials donated?
New and used building materials in good, usable condition can be donated to the Habitat ReStore by calling 507-457-6075 in Winona. Learn more about donating.
How are items priced?
Materials are priced at 50-75% off retail prices.
What are the store hours?
The Habitat ReStore is open Wednesday through Friday, 10am-5pm and Saturday 9am-4pm.
How can I volunteer?
Volunteers are needed to pick up materials, stock shelves, cashier and assist customers. Call the ReStore at 507-474-6075. Learn more about volunteering.
Where do the proceeds of the ReStore go?
Proceeds from the ReStore will be used to fund more Habitat for Humanity homes in Winona and Fillmore Counties. Learn more about Habitat for Humanity Winona-Fillmore Counties.
How often do you get new merchandise?
Who can donate materials?
Individuals, contractors, suppliers, property managers, homeowners – anyone with usable materials and tools.
Are donations tax-deductible?
Yes, consult your tax professional for details. We provide a receipt for each donation.