Builder's Corner: Making Home Improvement Affordable for Everyone

2013-11-02T10:15:00Z Builder's Corner: Making Home Improvement Affordable for EveryoneMichelle Krueger Times Correspondent nwitimes.com
November 02, 2013 10:15 am  • 

Whether you’re a property owner with a “fixer-upper” on your hands, a “do-it-yourselfer” making updates or a small contractor doing rehab work, there are always great deals to be had at the Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana ReStore.

A local discount home improvement center destination of choice, the ReStore features everyday low prices along with a great selection of immediately available products.

It’s a bargain hunters dream come true, and the very best deals are often snapped up quite quickly. Newly donated items of surplus, gently used and salvaged building materials are always landing on the showroom floor. You never know what you’ll find, but you can always be sure the prices will be unbelievably low.

Looking for cabinets, doors, sinks, trim, hardware, furniture or appliances? How about an antique Chambers in-a-wall oven and range combo set? Shop the ReStore today for 20 percent off the already low price of a single item.

Located at 6114 Ridge Road, one mile east of Cline Avenue, the ReStore is hosting their annual Christmas Open House from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Along with a 20 percent discount on one item; you can join the holiday fun with complimentary cookies and hot cocoa.

To preview items currently available at the ReStore, visit the Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana website at nwihabitat.org. There you will also find details on how purchases (and donations) support their mission of building homes, communities and hope.

Individuals, retailers, contractors and manufacturers interested in supporting Habitat for Humanity with a donation to the ReStore can call (219) 923-7265 for pick up information. The ReStore is open Tuesday through Saturday (closed Sunday and Monday) from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

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