What is ReStore?
ReStore is a home improvement outlet store that sells donated, new, used, and surplus goods to the public at a greatly reduced prices. Every penny of profit is used to support Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County.
What we sell
Stop in frequently to find one-of-a-kind home improvement deals. Our inventory changes daily, sometimes hourly. We also have regular sales. To receive notice of our current specials, please join our Restore email list
. Items that can be found in our inventory include:
Come Join Us!
Most of our happy staff here at ReStore are volunteers--and we welcome you to join us! Volunteer opportunities at ReStore range from graphic design to customer service, from inventory management to retail display. Please call (707) 568-3228 or email us for more information on volunteering.
ReStore Idea of the Week:
Help us build modest, affordable housing right here in Sonoma County. We need your surplus new and gently used building materials, fixtures and more. You can call us at (707)-568-3228.
Click here for Restore hours.
Click here for directions to Restore.
Every Sale, Every Donation Helps Us Build Homes for Sonoma County Families
Be Sure to Check Out Deconstruction and Reuse Network
Save our landfills and also get a tax write off!
The Deconstruction and Reuse Network is an environmental and humanitarian non-profit organization, promoting and empowering deconstruction practices and the re-use of quality building materials.
Using the Network can divert tons of construction waste from your home remodel project away from landfills and into re-use. You also enjoy a tax deduction for your donated materials.
Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County has been working with the Deconstruction and Re-use Network for years. Members of the network can come to your project, carefully remove the items you want removed and donated, and deliver the items to the Habit for Humanity ReStore.
Website for Deconstruction & Reuse Network
What's Your Idea?
We'd love to hear about what you've done with items purchased at ReStore. Email us
your photos and project details--who knows who you might inspire?