Spring Cleaning

April 15, 2015: Benefit Habitat as you Spring Clean this April.

Looking for gardening tools or lawn furniture? Come check out spring items in the ReSore. Getting rid of any gently used items as you spring clean this year? Your donations to the ReStore can help our local Habitat for Humanity affiliate refurbish or build affordable homes for low-income families. 

 

Donations are accepted Tuesday thru Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm. Pick-up service may be available for larger items: please call 412-244-7100 to schedule a pick-up time. Donation pick-up is curbside only (ie. donations for pick-up must be placed outside of your residence, for example, in a garage or on a porch or driveway.) 

Your donations may be tax-deductible!

Acceptable Donations

(in usable condition)

Appliances

Hardware

Furniture & Housewares

Plumbing/Toilets/Sinks

Building Materials

Architectural Items

Kitchen/Bath Countertops & Cabinets

Functioning HVAC & AC items

Windows (new only)

Autos, Boats and RVs

Electrical and Lighting

Salvage Items - Deconstruction

New Carpet

Lumber

Doors

Books, Music, DVDs

Tile

Tools & Garden Equipment 

Home Decor - (Pictures, Dishes, Knick Knacks, etc)

Unopened Paint

 

We Do Not Accept

Clothing/Linens

Used Sliding Glass Doors

Infant Items/Small Toys

Pianos & Organs

Tires

Single Pane Windows

Chemicals (solvents, flammable)

Triple Track Wood Windows

Oil Base Products

Unframed Glass & Mirrors

Vertical Window Blinds

Console TVs & Stereos

Used Tile

Hot Tubs

Textbooks, Manuals, or Encyclopedias

Mattresses or Box Springs

Opened Paint

 

 

 

Questions about what we accept?

Call: 412-244-7100

If your company would like to donate a large quantity of building materials, furniture, and/or appliances to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh, please email ReStore@pittsburghhabitat.org or call 412-244-7100.

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is to eliminate substandard housing in Allegheny County by bringing people together to build, rehabilitate, and repair homes, communities, and hope.