The Habitat ReStore sells new and gently used household goods and construction  materials to the public.  Funds raised from the store are used to support the construction of Habitat for Humanity homes in Montrose County.  The Habitat ReStore relies on donations from building suppliers, individuals, contractors and other businesses.

The Habitat ReStore offers hundreds of different items at greatly discounted prices.  Individuals and contractors can find items reduced from 50% to 75% off regular pricing. We are constantly receiving new merchandise.  So, every trip to the Habitat ReStore offers a unique inventory.   Miss a day, Miss a deal !

Open M-F 10am – 6pm, Sat 10am-5pm, Closed Sunday.South side 2 MontroseOur Resale “ReStore” opened in the fall of 2006.   The Restore is a sustainable income that covers 100 percent of our operating cost and contributes to our home building. We are located at 1601 N. Townsend Ave. Look for the mural on the side of the very large building next door to the Ford dealership.

The ReStore takes gently-used construction material, household goods, furniture and appliances.  See donation page.  We offer hundreds of different items at greatly discounted prices. Individuals and contractors can find items reduced  from 50% to 70% off regular pricing.  We constantly receive new merchandise. So, every trip to the Habitat Store offers a unique inventory.

You will receive a tax donation receipt each time you donate.

Special note:

As of September 1st, Habitat for Humanity of the San Juans will no longer accept furniture items made of particle board.  Particle board is a wood product made of wood chips and/or sawdust and resin or glue, and is usually covered with a wood veneer to make it look like solid wood.  However, unlike a piece of solid wood, particle board is very brittle and easily damaged.  Particle board is used in making cheaper furniture items such as desks, bookshelves, entertainment centers, headboards, cabinets, and more.

We will no longer accept particle board furniture due to the high cost we’ve incurred in throwing away furniture items that are not repairable, have been broken during donation, or become damaged after customer purchase.

Thank You for your continued generosity in helping us build lives in the Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel counties!  By no longer taking this type of furniture, we will be able to provide higher quality items for you to purchase in the ReStore.

Thank You for your understanding!


Montrose Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit ecumenical Christian housing ministry, is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing in Montrose County, and to making decent housing for all people a matter of conscience and action. Habitat works in partnership with families in need of adequate shelter to build simple, decent homes. The homes are then sold to Habitat’s partner families, at no profit and with no interest charged.

Front of Restore

Partner families invest hundreds of hours of their own labor—sweat equity—into building their homes and the homes of others. Their mortgage payments go into a revolving “Fund for Humanity” that is used to build more homes. Millard and Linda Fuller in a small Georgian town called Americus founded Habitat for Humanity International, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1976.

Habitat affiliates are independent, nonprofit organizations that are organized by local citizens and operate with local boards and local volunteers. Volunteers provide most of the labor, and faith-based, corporate and individual donors provide the money, materials and labor necessary to build Habitat homes. Habitat for Humanity of Montrose County was founded in 1991 by a group of concerned individuals who were aware of the international organization and saw the critical need for decent, affordable housing in Montrose County.

Habitat for Humanity of Montrose is one of more than 1,700 affiliates in the USA and 550 international affiliates that build more than 3,000,000 homes throughout the world. Since its inception, fourty-two families have been sheltered with the contribution of sponsors, volunteers, and the sweat-equity of the new homeowners.

Our Mission

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.