ReStore celebrates anniversary and renovation

2013-04-27T00:15:00Z ReStore celebrates anniversary and renovationMichelle Krueger Times Correspondent nwitimes.com
April 27, 2013 12:15 am  • 

With the recent move of the Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana administrative offices to the organization’s beautiful new model home at the same location, the ReStore has some new room to spread out.

Open to the public Tuesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed Sunday and Monday), the Habitat ReStore at 6114 Ridge Road (a mile east of Cline Ave.) is a great place to find a great deal.

Builders, contractors, individuals and retailers all donate new, used and excess usable items that can be recycled instead of tossed out in a landfill. Prices for just about anything you need to complete a home improvement project and even some great décor items are significantly lower than retail, and regular special promotions add to the savings.

New items are always arriving so you never know what you’ll find from day to day. Look for new and used doors and windows, electrical and plumbing supplies, tile, paint, lighting, appliances, kitchen cabinets, sinks, toilets and much, much more.

With a portion of its expanded space, the ReStore team has been hard at work creating a new furniture showroom. You can be among the very first to shop this area during their 8th Anniversary Event and Renovation Celebration today.

The current promotion is an Inventory Sale, giving you 20% off one item (excluding Steprite Flooring).

Plus there will be door prizes, plenty of popcorn, an Adopt-a-Pet event with Homeward Hound Rescue and their St. Bernard from 12noon to 5pm and Power Paws for Kids therapy dogs will also be there from 9am to 3pm.

Revenues from the Habitat for Humanity ReStore support the mission of building homes and community through partnerships with hard-working families.

Through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana has built and/or remodeled more than 59 homes in Lake County. Habitat homes are sold to partner families at no profit and financed with affordable loans. In addition to a down payment and monthly mortgage payments, homeowners invest hundreds of hours of their own labor (sweat equity) into building their Habitat home and the homes of others.

Everyone deserves a decent place to live. Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. If you or someone you know is interested in building, volunteering, donating and/or becoming a Habitat homeowner, visit nwihabitat.org or call (219) 923-7265.

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