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Salvage Service


Habitat for Humanity ReStore’s Salvage Service experts provide non-structural deconstruction services. Our team prepares you for the next phase of your remodeling project while you help your community. We take out usable items you are replacing and bring them to the ReStore to raise funds that support building Habitat homes for local families.

How Does it Work?

  • We carefully remove your cabinets, sinks, appliances, doors and other items
  • We leave your site clean and ready for the next phase
  • You receive a tax deduction receipt for the items you donate
  • We sell your donations in our stores to raise funds for Habitat for Humanity
  • You help Habitat build affordable homes, and you keep usable materials out of the waste stream


Simple Efficient Service

  • Call and schedule a walk through
  • We charge an affordable fee to cover our costs so that your donation raises funds for Habitat
  • Our professional, courteous crews complete the job and take donated items to our stores
  • We are fully bonded and insured. Oregon CCBI #100310. Washington #HABITFH896R9.

To Get Started Contact

Mark Pomeroy, Salvage Service Manager

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