Habitat Restore Jeffco MO

Habitat Restore Jeffco MO

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My daughter bought this little gem at the Crystal City location. This was her first time reupholstering. Here is her before and after pics.
I wanted to share my awesome find at your store today. I wish I would of taken a before picture. But here is a picture of it after I cleaned it up and put the new material on the top. The lady that helped me find this was so very sweet!! I found the material there too!! My awesome find for $10.50!! THANK YOU!!
Are you open at all during this time, or am I just not catching you at the right time?
I drove up and down Truman today looking for this place. Never did find it. Something saying habitat for humanity or restore would be helpful on a sign out front.
I bought that one decking board a little while ago and my husband says it's not dense enough for deck he will have to put in a lot more support so sorry I can't come get the rest of them.
I don’t remember, do you accept mattresses?
A friend told me you were hoping to open at the end of January. I’m anxious to shop with you again. I’ve got some bedroom furniture to donate, but I’d like to get it to you by this Wednesday.
Is your new location open yet?
Are you getting close to opening the new location? I miss shopping there!
I've been trying to call.. no answer
We are launching a new real estate investment club in Jefferson County. Would love to utilize some recycled items and will surely have items to donate to this great organization!
So I know you're in the process of moving, but I'm looking for a metal toolbox to use for one of our church's children ministries in the Mercy Jefferson ER. Would you happen to have something I could purchase without having to wait until you reopen?

Habitat ReStore Jefferson County Missouri is a Construction Supply Thrift Store which helps support Habitat for Humanity Jefferson County

Operating as usual

[09/09/21]   8 types of construction waste that can be donated:
1. Sinks, toilets and bathtubs
Donating is a great way to keep these bulky items out of the landfill. If you’re donating a bathtub or sink, make sure that they are not stained and do not have chips in the porcelain. If you are remodeling an older bathroom, your vintage fixtures will be surprisingly popular at the local architectural salvage store.

2. Cabinets
Remodeling a kitchen often means replacing kitchen cabinets. Luckily, someone else may want those kitchen cabinets you remove, and recycling them will cut down on construction waste. Kitchen cabinets should be in good working order: Check to make sure that the drawer pulls work, and keep the doors and drawers together when you donate them.

3. Working appliances
You also can donate working appliances like stoves, refrigerators,and washing machines. They need to be clean and in good working order.

4. Doors and windows
Both internal and external doors can be used by someone else. The most useful doors are clean and undamaged, so look for holes or alterations before donating. Sliding glass patio doors also can be donated. If you are donating sliding glass doors or windows, checking for cracks or holes in the glass is particularly important; these cracks might make the glass unstable and likely to break.

5. Lumber
Wood from framing or home improvements.We accept donated lumber and request that it come without exposed nails and screws because these can pose a safety hazard.

6. Tiles and wood floors in good condition

7. Lighting
Light and fixtures can be donated. Our store often have a high demand for working light fixtures, and many community organizations use donated light fixtures when rehabilitating low-income homes. You can also donate light switches, switch covers and wiring to cut your construction waste down even more.

8. Door handles and cabinet knobs
Many people replace door handles and cabinet knobs to update a room’s appearance. These fixtures are often still in good condition and can be donated. Door handles will be most useful when all the parts are kept together, so put all of the pieces in a bag before donating.

Photos from Jefferson County MO Habitat for Humanity's post 05/07/2021

Photos from Jefferson County MO Habitat for Humanity's post

[01/29/21]   8 types of construction waste that can be donated:
1. Sinks, toilets and bathtubs
Donating is a great way to keep these bulky items out of the landfill. If you’re donating a bathtub or sink, make sure that they are not stained and do not have chips in the porcelain. If you are remodeling an older bathroom, your vintage fixtures will be surprisingly popular at the local architectural salvage store.

2. Cabinets
Remodeling a kitchen often means replacing kitchen cabinets. Luckily, someone else may want those kitchen cabinets you remove, and recycling them will cut down on construction waste. Kitchen cabinets should be in good working order: Check to make sure that the drawer pulls work, and keep the doors and drawers together when you donate them.

3. Working appliances
You also can donate working appliances like stoves, refrigerators, dishwashers* and washing machines. They need to be clean and in good working order. Many organizations will help these appliances find a new home, including Habitat for Humanity, home salvage shops, and secondhand stores like The Salvation Army and Goodwill.

* Check with your local ReStore to see if they accept dishwasher donations.

4. Doors and windows
Both internal and external doors can be used by someone else. The most useful doors are clean and undamaged, so look for holes or alterations before donating. Sliding glass patio doors also can be donated. If you are donating sliding glass doors or windows, checking for cracks or holes in the glass is particularly important; these cracks might make the glass unstable and likely to break.

5. Lumber
Wood from framing or home improvement projects can be easily recycled. Most organizations that accept donated lumber request that it come without exposed nails and screws because these can pose a safety hazard. Other concerns include wood with ripped or sharp edges and some types of treated wood. Salvage shops usually accept larger pieces of wood, including two-by-fours and plywood. A local woodworking class might appreciate smaller pieces of wood.

6. Tiles and wood flooring
Many salvage yards will recycle wood flooring that is in good condition. Look for clean, undamaged wood flooring with no visible nails and screws. They also will recycle extra boxes of tiles from a home improvement project. Not all types of flooring are recyclable, so talk to your local salvage shop before donating.

7. Lighting
Light fixtures can be recycled through salvage shops or through other community organizations. Salvage shops often have a high demand for working light fixtures, and many community organizations use donated light fixtures when rehabilitating low-income homes. You can also donate light switches, switch covers and wiring to cut your construction waste down even more.

8. Door handles and cabinet knobs
Many people replace door handles and cabinet knobs to update a room’s appearance. These fixtures are often still in good condition and can be donated to a local salvage shop. Door handles will be most useful when all the parts are kept together, so put all of the pieces in a bag before donating.

10/31/2018

So cheap..its scary! Reduced to $75.00

10/21/2018

Jefferson County MO Habitat for Humanity

FEATURED ITEM: Corelle by Corning dish set...
Dishes are $35.00 for the set. 52 piece set includes creamer, sugar bowl, 2 serving bowls.

10/15/2018

Jefferson County MO Habitat for Humanity

Did you know that October is National Ceiling Light Month? We didn't either but stop in and check out our selection of lamps...all priced to move. (oh, and only kidding about That Ceiling Light Month thing...)

10/05/2018

Jefferson County MO Habitat for Humanity

Come visit our store... new items arriving daily

[04/27/17]   National #Women Build Week, May 6th through the 14th, challenges women to come together and devote at least one day to help families build strength , stability & independence through shelter. Take up the challenge & help a family achieve their dream of having a safe, affordable place to live. PRE-REGISTERING IS A MUST!!! Contact Dawn Peery @ 636-937-7282 or [email protected]

10/30/2015

Commercial roof foam 3$ a sheet

10/30/2015

New arrivals daily. Come in check out what we have

09/30/2015

Beautiful broyhill entertainment center

[09/22/15]   Big sale this week come in and see us and get a deal while helping the community at the same time..

05/29/2014

Could you make this porch swing from a bed frame?
See Porch Design Ideas on bhg.com

habitat.org 05/28/2014

What is green building?

habitat.org “Green building” is a set of building and renovating practices and methodologies that together result in a smart, low-environmental-impact building that’s also healthy, comfortable and efficient.

habitat.org 05/26/2014

Bathroom vanity from old pallets

habitat.org The sink and faucet were recent items donated to our Lake Agassiz Habitat ReStore. So with 100 percent used materials, this pallet vanity was brought to life.

[05/15/14]   Winner of the bench made by Jean Naeger, Meleena Byram, and Wesley Byrant was Becky Ruth. She is going to forward us a picture to show us where the "star" of Pinterest Day is going to be sitting this summer!

05/15/2014

Please share this post so that we have a VERY successful event!

habitat.org 05/10/2014

8 Things to donate for a win-win renovation

habitat.org Some organizations will remove materials for you, and your donations may qualify for a tax deduction.

[04/26/14]   National women build week clinic on how to lay a laminate floor is today at 9 AM at the Lowe's in Festus! All are welcome to come on down!

habitatjeffcomo.org 04/23/2014

Habitat for Humanity Jefferson County

Our WOMEN BUILD, sponsored by LOWE's, is May 3 and May 10. Visit our website at www.habitatjeffcomo.org for details and complete the registration form on the NWBW link. BE SURE TO JOIN US AT LOWE'S ON THIS SATURDAY AT 9AM FOR THE CLINIC ON HOW TO LAY A LAMINATE FLOOR!! ALL ARE WELCOME!

habitatjeffcomo.org Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with God and people everywhere. Its purpose is to build affordable housing for deserving families in communities in which they can live, grow and thrive.

[04/19/14]   Thanks to volunteers Jean Naeger and Meleena Byram, we had a fantastic Pinterest Day at the ReStore. Tickets on the bench are still available at the store until May 10. Lots of people got THEIR tickets today!!! Get yours soon!!

[04/18/14]   Don't forget ... tomorrow is PINTEREST DAY at the ReStore. Bring your ideas to share with our team! Come see what we have to show you ... we have been busy! It is absolutely amazing what you can do with things that you can buy at the ReStore!! Come between 10AM and 2PM

thethriftycouple.com 04/18/2014

5 DIY Ideas to Recycle Old Tables into Fun and Practical Lego Tables

http://thethriftycouple.com/2014/01/20/5-diy-ideas-to-recycle-old-tables-into-fun-and-practical-lego-tables/

thethriftycouple.com 5 DIY Ideas to Recycle Old Tables into Fun and Practical Lego Tables

04/16/2014

Looking for a chair for your sewing room? We have a lot of them!! and look at what you can do to take the "ugly" out of it with just a little effort!! Come see what other great ideas we have for you on Saturday from 10 til 2 at the ReStore! Raffle tickets will be available on the beautiful bench that Wesley, Jean and Meleena have finished using a double sized 4-post head board and foot board! See you there!!

04/15/2014

Twinkl Resources

I love the idea of recycling furniture for children's play - loving this role play kitchen and there are loads of other ideas here at http://www.handimania.com - can you find any other ideas on there that would work for your home or setting? (Thanks to childminder Tina for this idea!) :)

04/10/2014

Joanne is busy turning this brass chandelier into a beautiful and colorful planter for her back deck! Come see the results on Saturday, Apr 19 from 10 til 2. You will also be able to see Wesley's work and that of Jean and Meleena. We have all taken things from the ReStore in honor of EARTH DAY and repurposed them. So join us for our first PINTEREST DAY - see our creations, share what you've accomplished! Bring pictures and post them on our Pinterest Wall!

[04/09/14]   PINTEREST DAY April 19 from 10 til 2 - Come see what some of us have done with things found at the store! Bring photos of your creations for our Pinterest Wall! You won't believe what Wesley has done with a bed frame!!!

[03/10/14]   New photos of items in our plumbing, furniture and appliance departments have been added to our website. Visit it at www.habitatjeffcomo.org to see what is new...or better yet, head to 345 Bailey Rd, Crystal City and check out the store for yourself...YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU WILL FIND!!

12/22/2013

Items available at the ReStore! Start the new year with some new home furnishings!

[10/30/13]   Don't forget - when bringing out your winter clothing to bring all the items you no longer want to the ReStore's bin so we can send everything off to Red Racks. They will sell it and put the money into helping disabled veterans!

deadiversion.usdoj.gov 10/21/2013

Drug Disposal Information - National Take-Back Initiative

Saturday is National Prescription Drug
October 26, 2013 - 10AM to 2PM
Please Clean Out Your Medicine Chest especially if you have kids. The website below has a search engine that allows you to find local collection points.

deadiversion.usdoj.gov The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.

09/03/2013

Have some clothing you want to get rid of? Think about dropping it off at the ReStore!

habitatjeffcomo.org 09/03/2013

Habitat for Humanity Jefferson County

Don't forget to check out our website http://habitatjeffcomo.org for not only ReStore updates, but information about your local Habitat for Humanity.

habitatjeffcomo.org Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with God and people everywhere. Its purpose is to build affordable housing for deserving families in communities in which they can live, grow and thrive.

08/03/2013

looks like new! Wooden chair with printed cushions, come pick it up for only $30! wont last long!

08/03/2013

Very nice large, 9 drawer dresser $125

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