ReStores recycle overstocked, discontinued, new and
used building materials donated by manufacturers,
stores, contractors and individuals. These donated items
are sold to the public or used in construction of Habitat
houses. All revenue from sales goes to the local affiliate in
support of its building program.
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore is located at 1109
Porter Wagoner Blvd. in West Plains.
The Habitat for Humanity of Howell County ReStore relies on donations to exist.
Our ReStore will accept donated new and used building
materials from stores, contractors, and individuals and
sell them to the public at a reasonable price.
All Profits from the sale of these building materials goes
toward building Habitat houses in the West Plains Area.
Sixty percent of items sent to the landfill are building
materials. Recycling building materials help our
A Habitat ReStore is a
facility that supports
the services provided
by its local Habitat for
The ReStore accepts
the following items:
Usable lumber over 4′
Cabinets and Counter tops
Lighting fixtures and fans
Architectural Items – columns, mantles, etc.
Bathroom fixtures – bathtubs, sinks, vanity tops,
toilets, shower stalls, etc.
New Unopened Paint Only
Other building supplies
We also accept furniture and household items
The ReStore operates with one Full-time paid staff member.
Volunteers are needed to assist with store operation.
Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age. If you are
interested in volunteering on a weekly, biweekly, or monthly
basis, please contact our ReStore Manager, Robert Mock, at
Volunteers may also apply for A+ community service hours,
court ordered community service, or other requirements.