ReStore : Overview

Donating unwanted items, such as furniture, appliances, and more impacts the mission of our ReStore is to raise funds so we can build MORE affordable homes for local families. In addition we're keeping hundreds of tons of materials out of our landfills. If you don't want to pick up a hammer, you can help build more homes by volunteeringdonating and shopping!

 

DONATE   Donations of furniture, working appliances, household goods, and building materials from friends, like you are required for us to succeed.  Take a look around your home, basement, garage and storage building to see what you no longer need and can donate to Habitat ReStore.  We provide free pick-up service in Putnam County for larger items.  We accept donations during store hours at our location on East 15th St.  From kitchen sinks, cabinets, to sofas and lamps - we need your donations!!

VOLUNTEER Interested in joining our family of volunteers with the ReStore, just let us know by filling out our online form!  You will attend an orientation and see which of the volunteer positions interest you the most.

SHOP The ReStore is the perfect stop with 11,500 square feet of furniture, appliances, housewares, electronics, home décor and more! You may also find bedding, paint, and your favorite author's books! For the do-it-yourselfers - you could find cabinets, sinks, toilets, flooring, lighting, trim, a Painer's Corner and more! From new to gently used items, the ReStore should be your first stop for your next project.

Inventory rotates in and out quickly, so make the ReStore a regular stop! You'll find new and gently used items at a fraction of retail! Smart shoppers, shop with us!

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As of January 4, 2014, we are unable to install, sell or resell "pipes, pipe fittings, plumbing fittings or fixtures" that are not "lead free" (see 42 U.S.C. 300g-6 as amended). The new definition of "lead free" requires products have less than 0.25% lead content based on a new, statutory formula that factors the total number of components and the wetted surface area of each component. Products subject to this law: pipes, fittings, and fixtures that may provide water for human consumption (drinking, teeth brushing, food preparation). As a result of this new law, we are unable to sell or accept the following donations:
-Kitchen faucets
-Bathroom sink faucets
-Dishwashers
-Water heaters
-Pipes and pipe fittings leading to these faucets and/or appliances
-Plumbed-in appliances (if tubing is not entirely vinyl, plastic, PVC)

 

 


 ReStore
728 E. 15th Street
Cookeville, TN 38501

Hours: Tuesday thru Saturday 9am-2pm

ReStore Phone: 931-528-1709