Launches New Online, Donation Pick-Up Scheduling for the Home Improvement Outlet
Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County announces that the affiliate has assumed ownership of the ReStores of Oakland County, which are nationally-renown home improvement outlet stores.
A grand reopening of its ReStore Farmington will be held on Friday, September 30 at noon with a ribbon cutting. Confirmed guests for the ceremony, in addition to Habitat Oakland County’s Board of Directors, staff, and many volunteers, include: Greater Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce representatives; Josh Brinkman, president of American Recycled Paints; and Great Lakes ACE Hardware management.
ReStore Farmington will be open Wednesdays through Saturdays 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. “If residents and businesses in Oakland County can choose our Restore to donate their furniture and appliances when they replace or remodel, we would have enough to provide to our community, ” says Frank Kessler, Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County ReStore Manager.
ReStores are cost-effective outlets for home improvement and do-it-yourself projects that are open to the public. Quality-used and surplus building materials and home improvement supplies are available at reduced prices from private and corporate donors — such as furniture, appliances, cabinets, paint and all other items for your renovations. Profits from the ReStore will help fund the mission of Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County.
In addition, residential and corporate donors can schedule on-line pickup for their large ReStore donations. For easy scheduling, log onto www.habitatoakland.org/restore and book a date which is best for you. Retailers replacing appliances and furniture, remodelers and contractors — we have Wednesdays open for your donations, please call Jackie at 248-365-4090.