Habitat ReStore To Open Second Store | Business
The Habitat ReStore will open a second store on Madison’s far west side.
Habitat ReStore Director Jen Voichick said the decision to expand was made in hopes of reaching an untapped market for donations from communities such as Middleton, Verona and Fitchburg.
"As well as bringing in more donations from the west side, this new location will help our deconstruction crew expand its kitchen tear out business on that side of the county," said Voichick. "In addition, now even more people will experience the benefits of shopping at the Habitat ReStore."
The Habitat ReStore sells new and used building materials to the public at discount prices. Inventory includes: appliances, cabinets, flooring, hardware, windows, wood furniture and more.
The Habitat ReStore accepts donations of tile and wood flooring, cabinets, wood furniture and more. For your donation, people receive a tax deductible receipt and a good feeling for supporting a great cause.The Habitat ReStore estimates that 10,000 tons of building material have been reused and sold instead of going in the Dane County landfill. Proceeds from the store benefit Habitat for Humanity of Dane County. The 5906 Odana Road location is 10,000 square feet. The store is expected to open in July, but donations can be made starting on May 1.
The hours and inventory will be the same as its current east side location at 208 Cottage Grove Road. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information about the Habitat ReStore go to www.restoredane.org.