Your local discount home improvement store!

The ReStore funds the mission of Habitat for Humanity by selling donated and new home good items directly to the public. Funds raised by the ReStore contribute to the cost of building Habitat homes, as well as cover many adminstrative and operational expenses. This provides donors the opportunity for their donation to go directly to the building of decent, affordable, safe homes here in Comal County.

As Comal County's only discount home improvement store, the ReStore is an important resource for home improvement and DIY projects. In addition to providing affordable building materials to shoppers, Habitat for Humanity ReStores saved more than 13 million pounds (collectively) of usable construction material from landfills.

But ReStore shoppers know the best part of the ReStore is the thrill of discovery -- you'll never know what you will find! Donations arrive daily and inventory changes rapidly.

Looking for that perfect light fixture, cabinet, mirror, sink, tile, flooring or door? Check out the ReStore and change a life! Wondering what to do with the not-so-used cabinets from your remodel? Bring them to the ReStore, save them from the landfill and they will become the perfect touch in someone's home!

Comal County Habitat for Humanity is committed to eliminating poverty housing in Central Texas and we couldn't do it without your help. Thanks so much for your ongoing support of our programs and the ReStore.

Policies

All sales are final, with no returns except for a 7-day return policy. If an electrical item does not work properly, the customer can receive a store credit if they have their receipt.

Puchased items have to be picked up within 7 days unless otherwise agreed upon by the ReStore Manager. If the item has not been picked up by the 8th day, item will be placed back onto the floor to be sold. The customer loses the right of ownership of item.

We accept Mastercard, Visa, Discover, American Express, Debit and Cash. We do not accept checks.

We have the right to refuse any or all donated items.

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