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Cool sinks

We always have sinks in stock in our plumbing room, but right now we have some unique sinks in the cabinet area.

Get involved with us online

Help us get the news out about Sonoma County Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore at 1201 Piner, Santa Rosa. Tell all your friends. Bring them to the store. Tell them about how they can find out more.

We want our customers and donors to be able to choose how to keep up with the latest news from ReStore, including what is on sale. You will find about special items for sale on and

We would also love to connect with you through social media. We are on Twitter and Facebook. See links in the menu to the right. Invite your friends to follow us.

Our goal is to raise money to build Habitat Homes in Sonoma County. ReStore generates income to help working families get homes.

Please ask your friends to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

Great grill-We still have it

Now, more affordable than ever.

Get it at ReStore.

New look for appliance aisle

Harbor Feight, our new neighbor, donated their shelving and stuff they used to display their merchandise. We’re giving ReStore an updated look. Thank you Harbor Freight.

New look in tile

We are sprucing up the store in preparation for Labor Day.

Microwave Sale: Now just five dollars

We are having great sales! We have several microwaves for just $5.


Deconstruction: A major source of donations for ReStore

We’ve posted some articles about deconstruction today, because we get hundreds of thousands of dollars of donations from deconstruction projects. At least once a month, sometimes as often as twice per week, the Deconstruction and ReUse Network brings us a truckload of upscale cabinets, appliances, and other items.

Please consider deconstruction as an option. There is much more information about this in the articles that follow.

Why Deconstruction?

By reusing building materials, many environmental and social benefits can be realized, including:
Reducing the consumption of new resources
Minimizing landfill waste and pollution.
Creating value-added markets from waste materials.
Expanding job opportunities and workforce development skills

via Why Deconstruction?.

Deconstruction & ReUse Network How It Works

Deconstruction – Is It For You?

Take 4 Easy Assessment Steps, to determine if deconstruction will work for you:
1) On-site Project review with ReUse Network Representative,
2) Get an estimate of your tax deduction,
3) Get one or more bids for deconstruction,
4) We connect you with one or more of our Deconstruction & ReUse Network Member Contractors for a bid. After an on-site assessment, contractors will submit a bid to you or your contractor, to facilitate your donation and the deconstruction process.

Deconstruction & ReUse Network How It Works.