Come See What We Have In ReStore For You
Both ReStores are reopening with different hours and safety policies in place for both shopping and donating due to COVID-19. Please read below.
NOTE: We are beginning a transition to merge the ReStores at the existing location for the Burlington ReStore at 1176 N. Church St in Burlington. The Mebane ReStore will operate in its current location until Aug 22. After that date, remaining merchandise and staff will move to the new location as the new merged ReStore Alamance. Watch our Facebook page for weekly discounts beginning Aug 4th until Aug 22.
Our Burlington ReStore reopens Mon, May 18. It is located at 1176 N. Church Street in Burlington. Call us at 336-222-8292. Hours are Mon-Sat from 10am-4pm. Closed Sunday.
Our Mebane ReStore reopens Tue, May 19. It is located at 1288 South Fifth Street in Mebane. Call us at 919-568-9385. Hours are Tue-Sat from 11am-4pm. Closed Sunday. Please note that the Mebane Store is closed on Monday.
We will be practicing social distancing and staff will be wearing face masks and gloves. Staff will also have their temperature checked each day at the beginning of their shift.
For our customers we will provide a hand sanitizing station but will not require them to wear masks.
We are again taking donation pick up requests and donors will be asked if anyone in their residence has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or been visibly ill. In addition all items for pick up have to be placed outside NO EXCEPTIONS! Our donation staff will not be going into homes at this time.
Donations that are dropped off at either store will sit outside (weather permitting) for 30 minutes and then sanitized and placed in our storage space for one week. It will then be sanitized again before going on the sales floor when space is available.
The Habitat for Humanity of Alamance County ReStore is a nonprofit home improvement and donation center that sells new and gently used furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances to the public at a fraction of the retail price. Proceeds are used to build homes in our community.
Whether you are a homeowner, renter, landlord, contractor, interior designer, environmentalist, thrift store shopper, treasure hunter, or just like to tackle do-it-yourself projects, make the Alamance County Habitat for Humanity ReStore your first stop when shopping for your home or next renovation project. The prices are great and you never know what you will find! If you want new inspiration for some of the items you’ll find at the ReStore, check out the Why ReStore? blog!
Got Stuff? We want it! The ReStore accepts both new and used building materials, furniture, appliances, and household items. Check our criteria for donation to see if your items can be accepted. If a potential item is not listed, please call the store where you wish you donate to see if we can accept it. All proceeds from the sale of donated items goes to building new Habitat houses in Alamance County.
- Drop-Off Donations at the store of your choice (addresses above)
- Arrange a Pick-Up – Call the store of your choice to arrange a pick-up of those items too big to fit in your car. Phone numbers for each store are above.
Your local Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a place to put your talents to work. From customer service to furniture repair, the Habitat ReStore offers volunteer opportunities geared toward individual interests and skills. By giving your time at Habitat ReStore, you can help support local building projects for those in need in our community even if construction isn’t your ‘thing’. Proceeds from ReStore sales go to fund construction of houses in Alamance County.
Habitat for Humanity volunteers – both on construction sites and in Habitat ReStores – have helped more than 600,000 families in need own decent, affordable homes. Call the store of your choice to see how you can get involved.