WE ALWAYS NEED
Building Supplies-Used Books & Magazines-Lighting Decorations- Home Décor-Costume Jewelry
Call for large item pickups 225-315-0127 or email email@example.com.
Store Hours: Tuesday-Saturday; 8:30-5:00
All proceeds help to eliminate poverty housing in our community.
4301 Airline Hwy
Baton Rouge, LA 70805
10300 Perkins Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
How You Can Help
You can volunteer, donate gently used building materials or simply shop at the ReStore.
If you love prowling the aisles at Home Depot, enjoy fixing things, or just want to help recycle building materials while supporting our mission of providing simple, decent housing, the Habitat ReStore needs YOU.
Find out more.
The ReStore accepts re-sellable and re-useable building material donations. The ReStore accepts donation drop-offs Tuesday-Saturday from 8:30am – 4:30pm. Too big to fit? Call our donation line at (225) 315-0127 or fill out the form below to schedule a pick-up. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Shop the ReStore
The ReStore is a great place to shop for your home improvement needs. Shoppers can find everything from standard windows and doors to unusual tiles and rare vintage finds – all under one roof – for a great price!
Save some green while being green!
In November 2003, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Baton Rouge opened the Habitat ReStore North on Airline Highway and Plank Road. The ReStore Southeast opened in February 2016 at 10300 Perkins Road (behind the Ethan Allen store) in order to better reach customers and donors in the southeastern part of the city. The Habitat ReStore is a retail outlet where quality, used and surplus building materials are sold at a fraction of normal prices. Proceeds from the ReStore help fund the construction of Habitat houses within our community. Materials sold by Habitat ReStore are usually donated from building supply stores, contractors, demolition crews or from individuals. In addition to raising funds, the ReStore help the environment by rechanneling good, usable materials into use. Since its opening, it is estimated that the ReStore has saved more than 2,500 tons of useable building materials from the landfill.