The ReStoration Corner has been busy celebrating our Freestyle Flip Upcycle Challenge participants, recognizing our fantastic volunteers, and informing our shoppers on the best deals at the ReStore. Take a look!
And the Winner is...
We had nine creative entries for the Freestyle Flip Upcycle Challenge. Check out our fantastic entries posted on Facebook, there was a variety of projects, big and small. Thank you to all who participated!
The People of ReStore
ReStore fans Julie and Gayle have been finding bargains on home improvement inventory for several years at the ReStore. So we sat down with them and Bill, one of our ReStore Sales Associates, to talk about what they’ve found at ReStore, how they’ve used their ReStore bargains, and why they love being ReStore shoppers.
If you're wondering what a committed volunteer looks like, look no further than Leslie Johnson, a volunteer ReStore Cashier. Read more about this wonderful person you may see at the ReStore!
Dream, Explore, and Much More at ReStore
Building Materials tend up end up at the ReStore after remodeling or a move. ReStore outlets accept building materials that are new only. This includes lumber, plywood, baseboard, and more. Read more about what you can find at the ReStore!
At ReStore you can donate or shop for a variety of new and gently used plumbing and fixtures. When it comes to plumbing, new vanities and medicine cabinets are some of our best-selling items. Don’t miss out on great deals for your home improvement projects.
Thinking of refurbishing your home? Before you begin your search for carpet and flooring, be sure to check out ReStore. It’s likely you’ll find quality items at a much lower price than at any home improvement store.
It can come out of nowhere – the dishwasher stops washing, the water heater isn't heating, or the fridge quits cooling. All appliances have a life expectancy. And there are signs to look for that can help you prepare and plan out your appliance purchases to avoid some of those unwanted surprises. Here’s a look at the average lifespan of your refrigerator and other household items, along with some hints on how to tell they're getting too old.
Give to the Max at the ReStore
November is here which means it's time for Minnesota's annual Give to the Max! We hope that you support your favorite nonprofit, and if that happens to be Twin Cities Habitat, thank you! This year, your gifts will go towards finishing the construction of 11 homes in St. Paul so 11 families can have the foundation of safe, stable, affordable homes. We need your help laying the remaining foundations and finishing the homes.
When you shop at the ReStore, consider rounding up your purchase at check-out to support Give to the Max. Or, make a gift on our donation page. Thank you for your continued support and happy Give to the Max!